The EU welcomes Japan’s decision taken today to further align its export controls with those taken by the EU, its allies and partners.
The EU has pledged €1 million for the Fisheries Funding Mechanism which forms part of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies reached last year.
Today, the European Commission, EU Member States, and 26 partners countries will launch the 'Coalition of Trade Ministers on Climate', the first Ministerial-level global forum dedicated to trade and climate & sustainable development issues.
Award notice: Supply and Update for Third Country Datasets, Information on Third Country Export Measures and General Updating Service for the EC's Access2Markets Website
TRADE/2022/OP/0002 Supply and Update for Third Country Datasets (Tariffs, Taxes and Procedures and Formalities), Information on Third Country Export Measures and General Updating Service for the EC's Access2Markets Website
Customs: new agreement to improve trade flows between the EU and Moldova enters into force on 1 November
A new agreement between the EU and Republic of Moldova will enter into force on 1 November 2022, improving trade facilitation for businesses.
The EU and Japan held their second High-level Economic Dialogue (HLED).
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.