‘Week Ahead’ and trade agenda

UPDATE – Week Ahead in EU trade: Vietnam and Mercosur crunch week, DSB
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UPDATE – Week Ahead in EU trade: Vietnam and Mercosur crunch week, DSB

This article was updated on 24 June at 17.35 CET. New information includes detailed dates for the EU Vietnam agreements and an update/erratum on the Spanish olives dispute settlement case. This week we might see breakthroughs in the Vietnam and Mercosur trade agreements. We will certainly see more EU US …

Week Ahead in EU Trade: China, trading system, G20 and the WTO
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Week Ahead in EU Trade: China, trading system, G20 and the WTO

This week EU and Chinese negotiators are meeting for a 21st round of talks on the EU-China investment agreement. The two sides have brought discussions forward on market access (national treatment), investment protection and sustainable development. Beijing and Brussels vowed to accelerate their investment negotiations last March – let’s see …

Week Ahead in EU Trade: EU elections, EU-US, OECD ministerial, Ukraine
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Week Ahead in EU Trade: EU elections, EU-US, OECD ministerial, Ukraine

This week will mainly be about the European Union digesting Donald Trump’s decision to postpone slapping tariffs on imported autos for six months to seek a deal with Brussels and Tokyo on restricting imports. EU-US and OECD trade ministerial Trade commissioner Cecilia Malmström reacted quickly on Friday (17 May) on …

The EU and Tunisia have many tough nuts to crack to before clinching an agreement
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Week Ahead in EU trade: EU-US gas trade, CETA investment court, Tunisia

One gets many ‘Out of Office’ messages these days: between Easter and the many coming holidays in May, including this week’s May Day, a large number of people take time off from work. Yet the policy churn continues. Below are the three main items to watch in EU trade this …