The Commission has imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on imports of certain polyethylene terephthalate (‘PET’) plastic products from China, defending EU companies and more than 1,500 jobs. The EU market of PET has a value of over €5.5 billion.
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.
The European Commission has formally launched today an anti-subsidy investigation into the imports of battery electric vehicles (BEV) from China.
The 2022 report on the EU's trade defence activities, adopted today, shows that the European Commission has continued to be active and assertive in defending EU producers against unfair trade practices in 2022 by robustly applying the legislation and ensuring that measures are effective.
EU tightens anti-dumping measures on optical fibre cables from China to defend significant EU industry
The European Commission has doubled its anti-dumping duties on optical fibre cables from China, following an investigation which found that Chinese exporters of optical fibre cables were attempting to impede the effects of the original measures.
EU renews duties on dumped metal compound from China, helping increase sustainability and reduce dependence on imports of critical raw material
The European Commission has renewed anti-dumping duties on imports of tungsten carbide from China for another five years, following an investigation which showed that EU industry would sustain injury from dumped imports if the measures were to lapse.
Negotiations on an Agreement on Investment Facilitation for Development (IFD) were concluded at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva today.