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CETA deal will open up new markets for Canadian beef
But that meat must be produced according to EU standards, 
which stipulate no growth hormones.
First pan-European meeting of “local authorities and the new generation of free trade agreements”
The first pan-European meeting of “local authorities and the new generation of free trade agreements” will be held in Barcelona on 21 and 22 April 2016.
Argentina and the United States sign agreements on trade, security and anti-drug trafficking
In a historic moment, ministers from Argentina and The United States signed bilateral agreements this morning.
Lack of CETA compensation in budget angers dairy farmers
"CETA will be implemented and there is going to be a cost burden put on our farmers, " Dairy Farmers of Canada says.
Firms ignorant of intellectual rights
Many Vietnamese firms are indifferent to intellectual property rights regulated in the Trans Pacific Strategic Partnership (TPP) agreement, despite the fact that Việt Nam is a signatory to the deal.
From TPP to TTIP: clues to new food trade rules
A new paper focuses on TPP provisions that could affect food and farm systems in Europe if they were adopted in TTIP
Regulations of toxic chemicals under TTIP
The latest TTIP proposals would allow ‘regulatory cooperation’ to affect the implementation of EU chemical laws
Pakistan, Turkey sign Framework Agreement for establishing FTA
Pakistan and Turkey signed a Framework Agreement for establishing Free Trade Area (FTA) between the two countries to further boost bilateral trade and investment relations.
U.S. animal product imports rise after FTA
Imports of animal products from the U.S. increased after a bilateral free trade agreement went into effect.
With RCEP commitment, India marks big shift in trade policy
New Delhi’s higher level of commitment on investment, services may become template for bilateral treaties
To change a BIT is not enough
On the need to create sound policy frameworks for investment.
Businesses call for FTA reform as Indian exports continue to fall
Business leaders have called on the Indian government to conduct a thorough review of the country’s trade agreements as experts predict this year’s exports will slump to 2010 levels.
IFA wants Coveney to defend farmers against potential EU/Mercosur trade deal
The IFA is calling on Minister Coveney and Ireland’s MEPs to come out strongly against a potential EU/Mercosur deal and in defence of farmers and the agriculture sector.
EU-US FTA (TTIP) - draft regulatory cooperation chapter (EU proposal, February 2016)
As released by the European Commission
TTIP: Big business and US to have major say in EU trade deals, leak reveals
Document obtained by campaign group shows legislation will be influenced before it reaches European Parliament
EU in Latin America trade push
The EU is in a drive to deepen trade ties with Latin America. It is eager to do business with Cuba, and on the cusp of relaunching negotiations with Mercosur.
Caribbean countries not fully satisfied with EPA accord
Caribbean Forum (CARIFORUM) countries say they are yet to “meaningfully reap the potential benefits” of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) signed with Europe in 2008.
Next round of RCEP negotiations in April in Australia
The next round of negotiations for the proposed mega trade deal, Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), would take place in April in Australia.
Don’t endorse ECOWAS-EU economic partnership agreement , MAN tells FG
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has admonished the federal government to withhold its endorsement of the ECOWAS-EU economic partnership agreement.
TPP will be toothless for environmental protection: study
Far from being a milestone for environmental protection, as claimed by the U.S. and Canadian governments, the TPP will not safeguard or promote effective environmental protection measures.