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The European Commission aims to have a transparent and accountable trade policy based on consultations with all parts of European civil society.
The European Commission conducts analyses on various aspects of EU trade policy in order to assess the impact of trade on the EU and global economy.
Ex-post evaluations are used throughout the European Commission to assess whether a specific intervention was justified and whether it worked (or is working) as expected in achieving its objectives and why.
The European Commission has set up groups of experts to provide additional technical expertise in various areas of trade agreements, negotiations, and policy.
The European Commission uses impact assessments widely to provide evidence and information when making decisions on trade policy.
The European Commission conducts integrated evaluations of its trade negotiations.
Main economic indicators, GDP by sector, trade in goods, trade in commercial services, foreign direct investment, imports and exports with the world, ranking, trade balance.
SIAs provide the Commission with an in-depth analysis of the potential economic, social, human rights, and environmental impacts of ongoing trade negotiations.
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