Solidarity with Ukraine: trade ministers express support for Ukraine ahead of WTO Ministerial - Joint statement
Joint Statement of trade ministers in solidarity with Ukraine
Executive Vice-President and Commissioner for Trade Valdis Dombrovskis, together with 60 partner countries, put forward several actions to advance on the priorities of the Coalition of Trade Ministers on Climate.
The Commission has today proposed to renew the suspension of import duties and quotas on Ukrainian exports to the EU for another year, while reinforcing protection for sensitive EU agricultural products.
Today, the European Union and Japan came together for the first time under the new framework of the Working Group on international cooperation on policies for building more transparent, resilient and sustainable supply chains.
Today, the Anti-Coercion Instrument (ACI) has entered into force, providing the EU with the means to deter and respond to economic coercion, and thereby better defend its interests and those of its Member States on the global stage.
Seize the chance to make your voice heard! All interested stakeholders are invited to take part in the 'Transatlantic Green Marketplace – making it real' stakeholder event on 30-31 January 2024 in Washington, D.C.
A new joint report confirms that the EU's Generalised System of Preferences continues to support economic stability and sustainable development in low-income countries.
Businesses and government leaders from the European Union and the Gulf Cooperation Council will convene at the 7th EU-GCC Business Forum. a pivotal event set to redefine economic collaboration in the post-pandemic era.
The new 'Access2Conformity' tool will allow EU exporters large and small to reduce red tape by making better use of the EU’s Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs) with third countries.
The European Commission is stepping up efforts to make sure that sensitive technologies do not fall into the wrong hands, by paving the way for better coordination of export controls at EU level.