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Japan-EU deal adds urgency; Ankara plans ’countermeasures’ against US tariffs
A spokesman for International Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says the negotiations could begin in earnest in the next 10 days.
South Korea will negotiate with the United States over proposed tariffs on imported steel in upcoming negotiations to amend the bilateral free trade agreement to help minimize its impact on the Korean steel industry.
Eleven Asia-Pacific countries have signed the trade pact formerly known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Ministers welcomed the completion of those three chapters, which involved good regulatory practices, publication and administration, and sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures.
In this short analysis, I will point out the broader implications for the EU’s investment law and policy.
What’s needed is a much more open and inclusive process, to ensure that trade agreements such as NAFTA reflect the needs of all rather than just those of well-connected corporate lobbies.
A last-ditch effort to stop the CPTPP has seen protesters cement themselves in concrete as well as dumping pillows and soft toys outside MP’s offices.
Banks and insurers lined up to back the British government’s demand that a future trade deal with the European Union must include financial services, putting them on a collision course with Brussels.
New Zealand is interested in strengthening economic ties with the Mercosur trading bloc, a South American regional economic organization, Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker said.
Peoples movements, especially women, are enraged that the revived and rebranded CPTPP (Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership), an agreement set to trample on people’s rights, will be signed today, March 8, the very same day that is historically dedicated to honor the struggle of working class women against injustice and capitalist exploitation, and for the advancement of their rights.
Slovakia will no longer have to compensate Achmea B.V., the shareholder of Union ZP health insurer, for €22 million in damage.
Canberra and Jakarta are unlikely to finalise a free trade deal ahead of the Indonesian president’s visit to Australia for a leaders summit.
A NAFTA tribunal rejects $250-million claim by Mercer International Inc. against the Canadian government.
French Economy Minister rejects financial services to be part of a free-trade deal with the European Union after Brexit.
The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce plans to offer its services for settling disputes among companies participating in China’s Belt and Road trade initiative.
Regulating in the public interest at risk if Member States ratify Canada-EU trade deal
As Canada, Japan and nine other countries prepare to sign the rebooted Trans-Pacific Partnership this week in Chile, some see it as a way to set the stage for closer relations with China.
Palm oil would be at the top of Malaysia’s agenda on its free trade talks under the Asean with the European Union (EU).