E-commerce & services

Week in Brussels: Vietnam deals, cultural exception in e-commerce, Moldova DCFTA, Women in Trade
A week in Brussels E-commerce & services Latest news Ukraine, Russia & CIS Vietnam

Week in Brussels: Vietnam deals, cultural exception in e-commerce, Moldova DCFTA, Women in Trade

Yes, we all know, this was transatlantic week and Airbus week. It was also Phil Hogan week. It was also international trade committee week – with MEPs discussing the US-EU beef quota and the ongoing EU-Australia negotiations. Below other interesting news. Parliament gears up for EU Vietnam FTA and IPA ratification …

WTO members are trying to help build trust across e-signatures, e-contracts and consumer protection
Digital E-commerce & services Latest news UK WTO & 3rd countries World Trade Organization

E-commerce first round: negotiators focus on finding common ground

Diplomats of more than 75 countries met in Geneva this week to formally start negotiations to set rules for trade in the 21st century in the World Trade Organization. The aim is to achieve a so-called ‘plurilateral’ agreement among a subset of organisation members which others could join later.

Brussels summit: EU and Japan to work on cyber, e-commerce and multilateralism
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Brussels summit: EU and Japan to work on cyber, e-commerce and multilateralism

Japan’s prime minister Shinzo Abe reaffirmed his country’s commitment to multilateralism during a summit with European Union leaders ahead of a visit to Washington on Friday. He is also enlisting the EU in his government’s new digital initiatives. Japan is chairing the G20 this year – and is enrolling Europeans …

Beyond Brussels: Success at Davos as countries agree to start digital trade talks
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Beyond Brussels: Success at Davos as countries agree to start digital trade talks

Four dozen World Trade Organization members including the EU, China and the US will kick off negotiations on digital trade in March in a move designed to reinvigorate the beleaguered trade body. Meanwhile, a group of ‘like-minded’ members led by Canada warned that risks to the multilateral trading system – …