Author: Editor Borderlex

Jean-Claude Juncker
EU FTAs & bilateral ties Internal EU politics Singapore

Comment: Separation of investment from trade agreements could delay FTA pipeline

The Commission has been following up on the May 2017 Court of Justice of the EU’s Opinion 2/15 regarding the division of competences between the EU and the member states of different aspects of the EU Singapore free trade agreement concluded in 2014.   This process could delay the ratification …

Insight – Australia WTO paper dispute:  impact on new EU antidumping methodology
China Trade defence WTO & Plurilaterals WTO disputes

Insight – Australia WTO paper dispute: impact on new EU antidumping methodology

The EU Commission has been eyeing Australia’s way of handling Chinese imports in antidumping cases as a possible alternative to no longer treating China as a non market economy. Now a WTO dispute brought by Indonesia against Australia could help determine if that envisaged path is WTO compliant. By Stéphanie …