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Week in Brussels: Turkey pharma case, Africa, Biodiversity
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Week in Brussels: Turkey pharma case, Africa, Biodiversity

Turkey pharma case in WTO The European Commission published this week its first legal submission in a dispute it filed against Turkey last year at the World Trade Organization concerning the EU’s neighbour’s restrictive policies in the area of pharmaceuticals. The case ‘Certain Measures concerning the Production, Importation and Marketing …

Blog: Dispute settlement update – South Africa, Spanish olives, Appellate Body, Boeing
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Blog: Dispute settlement update – South Africa, Spanish olives, Appellate Body, Boeing

EU-South Africa frozen chicken dispute notched up one level further After 18 months of consultations the EU decided to request a formal panel in its long-standing dispute with the Southern African Developing Community over the latter’s safeguard on imports of frozen bone-in chicken. The EU criticises the data and the …

A week in Brussels: German Greens boss on EU US, transatlantic parliament meet, EU-ACP
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A week in Brussels: German Greens boss on EU US, transatlantic parliament meet, EU-ACP

This week the news focus has been on WTO, China and Brexit.  Here some other interesting bits of Brussels trade news for you. US auto tariffs: Habeck says EU retaliation should target digital, airlines In an interview with the leading German business daily Handelsblatt this week, Robert Habeck, one of …

Commentary: AfCFTA has great potential, but road ahead may be long and bumpy
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Commentary: AfCFTA has great potential, but road ahead may be long and bumpy

The African Continental Free Trade Area promises to be a boon for African nations and their trade partners, but the road to the successful implementation of the AfCFTA remains long, argue Kholofelo Kugler and Hanna Deringer. Schedules of commitments on tariff reductions and services remain unfinished, they say, and accommodating …