EU-Mexico trade deal prompts French farming backlash

By |maj 4th, 2020|agri-food sector, EU-Mexico, European Union, free trade, free trade agreement, Mexique, News|

The European Union signed a free trade agreement with Mexico on Tuesday (28 April), provoking strong reactions. EURACTIV's partner Ouest-France reports.

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Is the EU-Mercosur deal being highjacked by premature criticism?

By |julij 25th, 2019|agriculture, deforestation, Donald Trump, EU, EU-Mercosur, European Parliament, free trade, free trade agreement, Jair Bolsonaro, Martin Häusling, News|

Almost a month ago, the European Commission signed a free trade agreement with the South American trade alliance Mercosur (Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay). Since then, criticism has hailed, and not only from protectionists. EURACTIV Germany re...

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What is the Eastern Partnership and what it’s not

By |julij 8th, 2019|Eastern Partnerships, EU enlargement, free trade, Georgia, News, visa-free|

Georgia intends to continue on its path to EU membership and wants to use all available opportunities and instruments to achieve this self-proclaimed objective, writes David Zalkaliani.

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EU, Mercosur resume talks on trade deal

By |februar 20th, 2018|beef, car industry, EU-Mercosur, free trade, Mercosur, News, protectionism|

Negotiators from Mercosur and the European Union are due to resume talks today (20 February) after edging closer to a historic trade deal during the last round in Brussels.

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What’s your beef? Mercosur trade talks falter

By |november 21st, 2017|beef, EU-Mercosur, free trade, free trade agreement, free trade agreements, Mercosur, News|

A battle over beef between the European Union and Argentina and Brazil could push trade talks beyond a year-end deadline and lead to further years of delay.

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Britain can become ‘global leader’ in agricultural trade outside EU – study

By |november 2nd, 2017|CAP, common agricultural policy, farm subsidies, free trade, News, Subsidies|

Adopting a market-oriented agricultural policy after leaving the EU could make Britain a world leader in agricultural trade in the decade to come, according to a briefing published on Thursday (2 November) by leading UK think tank Chatham House.

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Farmers warn against ‘devastating’ impact of Mercosur on EU beef

By |september 19th, 2017|beef, Cecilia Malmström, EU-Mercosur, free trade, Ireland, Mercosur, News|

European farmers’ unions are urging the European Commission not to allow a surge in beef imports from South America’s Mercosur trading bloc, saying it would have a “devastating impact” on rural jobs and EU food standards.

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Canada to model post-Brexit Britain trade on CETA

By |september 19th, 2017|Canada, free trade, free trade agreement, Justin Trudeau, Myanmar, News, Rohingya Muslims, Theresa May, United Kingdom|

Canada agreed on Monday (18 September) to use its new free trade agreement with Europe as a template for a pact with Britain after its largest trading partner within the European Union leaves the bloc.

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How the post-Brexit trade deal will affect British farmers

By |avgust 21st, 2017|Brexit negotiations, free trade, News, United Kingdom, WTO|

The UK’s Brexit deal could be a make or break scenario for Britain’s farmers, according to a study published by the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI) on Wednesday (16 August).

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Katainen suggests dropping investment from trade deals

By |julij 11th, 2017|EU-Japan, free trade, investment court, Japan, Jyrki Katainen, News|

The European Union could drop investment from major free trade deals in an effort to ease ratification, Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen said on Monday (10 July) as Brussels is set to begin talks on the issue with Japan.

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