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UK government urged to exit controversial Energy Charter Treaty, dubbed ‘the fossil fuel industry’s secret weapon’.
Britain is launching talks over a free trade deal with Mexico, looking to add services to its current agreement as well as aiming to increase trade in the financial and digital sectors.
Cambodia and Myanmar are in the process of expediting negotiations on two important draft agreements in a bid to swiftly increase trade cooperation with each other, citing low bilateral trade volume.
US President Joe Biden has announced a new economic framework deal for Asia-Pacific designed to boost investment in clean energy infrastructure, drive decarbonisation efforts and strengthen regional supply chains.
The European Union will upgrade its trade and investment relations with Taiwan, as it looks to tap into Taipei’s “role as a hi-tech leader”, having earlier ditched the plan to avoid angering China.
The Irish Government could come under further pressure in the autumn with a Supreme Court judgment on a legal challenge to the EU-Canada trade deal expected soon.
Ras Al-Khaimah Investment Authority’s claim that non-supply of bauxite from Visakhapatnam was in breach of the Bilateral Investment Treaty between India and the UAE was dismissed by the International Dispute Resolution Centre.
Technology and environmental sustainability are among the key issues that Singapore, Mexico, and other Pacific Alliance members are discussing in the context of a new PA-Singapore trade agreement.
Tailored pact seeks to counter China’s clout while protecting US workers.
Cambodia and India have accelerated their internal technical work to establish the negotiation for a bilateral free trade agreement.
The IPEF represents continuity between the colonialist past and neocolonialist present in the Indo-Pacific region.
Panama President Laurentino Cortizo said he intends to immediately restart negotiations with China over a free trade agreement, after conversations were put on hold during the pandemic.
Protestors will be gathering to march to the Rockhopper Exploration headquarters. The company is suing the Italian government for £236 million due to its refusal to allow oil drilling off the Adriatic Coast.
Global Justice Stirling is holding a rally against corporate courts in front of Buchanan Galleries in Glasgow.
Canadian mining companies continue to sue developing countries for environmental policies that affect their profitability and often win huge payouts from these poorer countries, a new report states.
This decision to engage in negotiations is not a commitment by Thailand to join the final arrangement, the government said.
The parliamentary committee of the external affairs ministry has called for fast-tracking signing of bilateral investment treaties.
High-level sources revealed that Colombia has completed all its internal constitutional and legal procedures for the entry into force of the free trade agreement with the United Kingdom.
Sharon Yuan, a veteran of the Treasury Department who worked on the abandoned Trans-Pacific Partnership, has been hired to oversee staff work on the main points of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework.
The US-led economic framework is designed to reorganize supply chains around the US — possibly sowing the seeds of conflict with China.