Borderlex editor Iana Dreyer explains where EU is in its current free trade negotiations with Japan, Mercosur, Mexico and in its plans to launch new negotiations.
The 3 top challenges for the EU and the Commission in EU trade – autumn 2017 – Future of the WTO – New trade defence method – After CETA and Singapore CJEU ruling: ‘Taking back control’ of trade agreements
Renato Jardim is head of industrial and economic policies at the Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association.
Ever wondered what your Saturday night drink cocktails had to do with ongoing EU free trade negotiations with the South American bloc Mercosur ? Well, Carlos Lima, Executive Director of IBRAC, Brazil’s association of Cachaça producers, the sugar cane spirit used for drinks like Caipirinhia, explains it all. Long story …
European Parliament examining three soon-to-be launched free trade agreement negotiations: EU Australia EU New Zealand EU Chile We offer policy insights. Journalism by real trade experts. Keep track of EU trade negotiations here.
Highlights: Free and ‘fair’ trade Japan Mexico Mercosur G20 summit Hamburg Brexit
Borderlex’s Iana Dreyer explains what is on the agenda for European Union trade policy in May. – French elections – A European Court of Justice ruling on the EU Singapore free trade agreement – The overhaul of European trade defense law are top of decision makers’ minds.
Borderlex founder & editor Iana Dreyer offers an overview of the main events in EU trade in April 2017. The EU will hold free trade negotiations with Mexico and Japan. France will hold decisive elections for the EU and for trade. The EU and Britain are also gearing up in …
Among others, during the second half of March 2017 in EU trade: Germany’s relationship with the United States The trigger of the Brexit process EU Mercosur trade talks Conflict minerals regulation