INTA will also consider a report on how to protect the bloc from dumped and subsidised imports from non-EU countries, including the Council’s position and a draft recommendation for a second reading of the proposal. A vote is scheduled on this topic the next day.
On Day 2, a study on “Future Trade Relations Between the EU and the UK: Options After Brexit” will be presented to INTA. Votes are then scheduled on further macro-financial assistance for Ukraine and the public procurement strategy package. Following the votes, INTA members who travelled to China from 7-9 May will tell other lawmakers about their mission. Their presentation will be followed a discussion about the state of play with Morocco regarding agreements adapting the protocols on rules of origin in the EU-Morocco association agreement and fisheries agreement.