Today, the EU and Canada adopted four decisions putting in place the Investment Court System provisions agreed in CETA.
In an effort to tackle the current lack of transparency of COVID-19 vaccine exports outside the EU, the Commission has today put in place a measure requiring that such exports are subject to an authorisation by Member States.
The Commission has decided to extend the deadline of its call for applications to 15 February 2021.
Panel of experts confirms Republic of Korea is in breach of labour commitments under our trade agreement
The panel report published today confirms the EU’s concerns that Korea has not acted consistently with its trade and sustainable development obligations under the EU-Korea trade agreement.
EU files WTO panel request against illegal export restrictions by Indonesia on raw materials for stainless steel
Today, the EU has requested the establishment of a panel at the WTO to seek the elimination of unlawful export restrictions imposed by Indonesia on raw materials necessary for the production of stainless steel, notably nickel ore and iron ore.
The EU and China have today concluded in principle the negotiations for a Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI).
As part of its transparency commitment, the European Commission today published the report summarising progress made during the latest negotiation round for the EU-Australia trade agreement.
The European Union has extended its existing trade preferences to the Western Balkans for another five years until 31 December 2025.
Gender equality: Commission ensures excellence and improves gender balance in trade and investment arbitration
The European Commission has today set in place a new system for the appointment of arbitrators, also referred to as adjudicators, to handle disputes under the EU’s trade and investment agreements.
The Commission’s second Counterfeit and Piracy Watch List, published today, names websites and physical marketplaces outside the EU that are reported to engage in, facilitate or benefit from counterfeiting and piracy.