The EU and the UK have agreed on a way forward to address the EU’s concerns about discrimination in the UK’s Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme, which is the UK’s main mechanism for supporting low-carbon electricity generation.
The EU and New Zealand have today concluded negotiations for a trade agreement, which is set to open significant economic opportunities for companies and consumers on both sides.
On 30 June 2022, the European Union and New Zealand concluded their four-year negotiations on an ambitious trade agreement.
The EU, Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana and the cocoa sector have today agreed to step up work on making cocoa more sustainable.
Today marks the end of the negotiations on the modernisation of the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT). With the tentative agreement reached among 53 Contracting Parties, the Commission has fulfilled the negotiation mandate it received from the Council.
Framework Contract for the Recognition of Equivalence of Supply Chain Due Diligence Schemes under the Regulation (EU)2017/821 (Conflict Minerals)- TRADE/2022/OP/0006-PIN
Today, the EU and its Central American partners celebrated the 10th anniversary of the signature of the EU-Central America Association Agreement.
Today, the European Commission published the pool of almost 400 individuals eligible for appointment as arbitrators for trade and sustainable development (TSD) experts in bilateral disputes under trade agreements with third countries.
The Commission is today taking a major step in making EU trade greener, fairer and more sustainable. It has unveiled a new plan to enhance the contribution of EU trade agreements in protecting the climate, environment and labour rights worldwide.
Today, European Commission Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis and Indian Commerce Minister Piush Goyal formally relaunched EU-India negotiations on a balanced, ambitious, comprehensive and mutually beneficial free trade agreement.