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An attack on democracy: new legal analysis on splitting of EU-Mercosur deal

A new legal analysis lifts the lid on an attempt by the European Commission to “split” the EU-Mercosur trade deal, in order to approve the ‘trade’ part of the deal without the unanimous support of EU member states and without national ratification by parliaments throughout the EU.

Swimming against the tide

Since the beginning of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994, Mexico has experienced a dramatic deterioration in its ability to grow its own food.

The struggle of small-scale fishers in Indonesia

Indonesia is a country that is particularly active and aggressive in negotiating free trade and investment agreements. The food industry, notably fisheries, is often threatened by such agreements.

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India, Australia free trade pact talks in June, July: FS Vinay Kwatra

Regarding the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) negotiations between India and Australia, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said that they are planned in the month of June, and July respectively regarding the deadline set for CECA negotiations.