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Transparency in EU trade negotiations

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On this page you will find links to EU negotiating text proposals and the latest round reports published since October 2015 related to the EU’s trade agreements and ongoing trade negotiations.

The variety and quantity of texts available on this website show the European Commission’s commitment to being the world’s most transparent public institution in the field of trade policy.

Negotiation rounds

EU negotiating texts proposals and the latest round reports related to the EU’s trade agreements and ongoing trade negotiations.

Australia

Chile

China investment

E-commerce negotiationsin the WTO

 Eastern and Southern Africa

Energy charter treaty modernisation

EU-US trade negotiations

Indonesia

Mercosur

 Mexico

Multilateral investment court (MIC)

Myanmar

New Zealand

Philippines

Tunisia

WTO

 

Implementation - Committees and Dialogues

The EU and its trading partners meet regularly to discuss issues and best practices when applying the agreement. The committees meet regularly; the meeting documents can be found here:

Algeria, Argentina, Armenia, BelarusCanada, Central America, Colombia - Ecuador - Peru, Economic Partnership Agreements, Egypt, Faroe Islands, Georgia, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, Palestine, South Korea, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam

Domestic advisory groups and civil society fora

 

Impact assessments and Sustainability Impact assessments

Impact assessments and Sustainability Impact assessments are carried out in support of negotiations.

 

Meetings with organisations and self-employed individuals held by

Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis

Cabinet members of Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis

EU Trade Director-General Sabine Weyand

 

Better Regulation

In order to ensure that EU policies and laws are prepared, implemented and reviewed in an open and transparent manner, stakeholders may express their views at every stage of the policy cycle.

Have your say in Trade initiatives

The European Commission aims to have a transparent and accountable trade policy based on consultations with all parts of European civil society.