The EU welcomes today's appeal arbitration award by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in the case the EU brought against Turkey on pharmaceutical products.
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 takes note of the World Trade Organization (WTO) panel ruling on the EU steel safeguard. The verdict is overall satisfactory for the EU because the most important questions were resolved in the EU’s favour.
The EU welcomes the WTO Panel ruling that Turkey cannot require foreign producers of pharmaceuticals to move their production to the country for those pharmaceuticals to be eligible for reimbursement under Turkish social security schemes.
The European Union is filing today a case against China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) for restricting EU companies from going to a foreign court to protect and use their patents.
The EU has today launched a case at the World Trade Organization (WTO) against the People’s Republic of China over its discriminatory trade practices against Lithuania.
The EU has requested dispute settlement consultations at the World Trade Organization (WTO) with Egypt on its compulsory import registration requirements.
Today, the EU is requesting consultations with Russia at the World Trade Organization (WTO) concerning export restrictions placed by Russia on wood products.
Today, a World Trade Organization (WTO) panel report ruled that US countervailing duties applied on imports of ripe olives from Spain, put in place during the previous administration in 2018, are illegal under WTO rules.
The EU is requesting the WTO to establish a panel in the on-going dispute settlement case (DS604) on Russia’s state-owned enterprise procurement practices for commercial purposes by state related entities that favour domestic goods and services.