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The EU has published a series of textual proposals for the modernisation of the trade part of the EU-Mexico Global Agreement, on issues such as trade in goods, services, investment, technical barriers to trade, competition rules, trade defence instruments, resolution of state-to-state disputes, transparency and sustainable development.

The publication of these proposals stems from the Commission’s commitment to transparency in trade negotiations, as expressed in the 'Trade for All' strategy paper.

EU negotiation round reports

EU negotiating textual proposals

December 2017

Services - Understanding movement of natural persons
Dispute settlement annex - Rules of procedure
Dispute settlement annex - Code of conduct
Rules of Origin - Specific Provisions
TDI - Bilateral safeguards
Transparency chapter - EU proposal
Trade and Sustainable Development - Enforcement provisions

October 2017

Wine and spirits, Annex
Motor Vehicles, Annex

July 2017

Telecommunications services
Technical barriers to trade, revised proposal

May 2017

Competition - section on subsidies
Digital trade
Dispute settlement
Good regulatory practices
Investment and trade in services
Rules of origin - introductory note to the annex on product specific rules
Rules of origin - section A
Rules of origin - section B
Specific provision concerning the management of preferential treatment
State-owned enterprises
Technical barriers to trade
Sustainable development
Remedies (anti-dumping and countervailing duties and global safeguard measures)

November 2016

Rules of Origin
Public Procurement
Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures
Energy and Raw Materials
Intellectual Property Rights