Today, the European Commission published its Annual Report on the EU's trade defence activities of 2021. The Report concludes that 462,000 EU jobs were directly protected by the EU's trade measures in 2021 in key EU manufacturing sectors such as aluminium, steel, ceramics and green technology.
Executive Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis and Vice-Premier Liu He chaired today the 9th EU-China High-Level Economic and Trade Dialogue (HED).
The Commission proposed today to suspend tariffs on inputs used for the production of nitrogen fertilisers until the end of 2024. The objective of this proposal is to help alleviate costs for EU fertiliser producers and EU farmers.
Today, the EU and its Central American partners celebrated the 10th anniversary of the signature of the EU-Central America Association Agreement.
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.
The EU welcomes the successful results in key areas of the 12th Ministerial Conference of the WTO concluded today, against a backdrop of heightened global trade tensions and a food security crisis caused by Russian's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.
The trade ministers of the European Union, Ecuador, Kenya and New Zealand have agreed to work jointly to forge an inclusive Coalition of Trade Ministers on Climate.
The EU and the Union of Comoros signed today in Geneva a deal concluding their bilateral market access negotiations on services and goods as part of Comoros’ accession process to the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Today (7 April 2022), the European Commission has imposed anti-dumping duties on imports of graphite electrodes from China.
As of today, 31 March 2022, EU exporters of ceramic tiles will no longer need to undergo redundant testing or product audits when they export to Saudi Arabia, meaning exporting will become cheaper, faster and more predictable.