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  • 4-Feb-2016 RIA Novosti UNICE Chairman: Russia and the EU must conclude a full package free trade deal
    The UNICE (Union of Manufacturers in the European Community) Chairman, Ernest-Antoine Seillière, has encouraged Russia and the European Union (the EU) to conclude a full package free trade agreement to reach close, reciprocal economic integration.
  • 2-Feb-2016 Ukrinform Ukraine to sign a free trade agreement with Canada this year
    Ukraine will sign a free trade agreement with Canada and will accelerate relevant talks with Turkey and Israel.
  • 4-Jan-2016 The Japan Times EU-Ukraine free-trade accord goes into effect despite Moscow’s opposition
    Ukraine’s free-trade deal with the EU went into effect, coinciding with the start of Moscow’s food embargo against Kiev.
  • 4-Jan-2016 Le Parisien L’accord de libre-échange Kiev-UE entre en vigueur au grand dam de Moscou
    L’accord de libre-échange entre Kiev et Bruxelles doit entrer en vigueur, en même temps qu’un embargo alimentaire russe contre l’Ukraine.
  • 4-Jan-2016 Le Caucase Le Kazakhstan et l’Union Européenne entérinent un nouvel accord bilatéral
    En négociations depuis plus de trois années, l’Union Européenne et le Kazakhstan viennent de signer une nouvelle série d’accords commerciaux sur plus d’une trentaine de domaines d’activités.
  • 29-Dec-2015 Kyiv receives Moscow’s notification on suspension of free trade area with Ukraine - Yatseniuk
    The Russian side has formally notified Ukraine on its decision to suspend the agreement on the free trade area that was in effect between the two countries.
  • 22-Dec-2015 New Europe EU and the Philippines launch negotiations for a free trade agreement
    EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström and Philippine Secretary of Trade and Industry Gregory Domingo agreed to start negotiations for an EU-Philippines free trade agreement (FTA).
  • 8-Dec-2015 EurActiv New Zealand, Australia ready to accelerate trade talks with the EU, ditch ISDS
    The EU has agreed to launch negotiations with New Zealand and Australia. The two countries are ready to speed up talks, and reach a deal in a reasonable timeframe.
  • 26-Nov-2015 EurActiv EU-Guyana trade deal must protect land rights, activists say
    A potential trade pact between the European Union and Guyana must contain land rights protections for local residents in order to avert the possible displacement of indigenous people.
  • 24-Nov-2015 EurActiv Zero chance’ of Thailand FTA under junta, Commission official says
    The suspended Free Trade Agreement with Thailand will “never be ratified” whilst the country is under a military dictatorship, a top aide to EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom admitted
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  • Central European Free Trade Agreement
    On December 19, 2006, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia and the United Nations Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) on behalf of Kosovo signed an Agreement to amend and enlarge the Central European Free Trade – CEFTA 2006.
  • DG Trade
    The European Union’s bilateral trade relations webpage
  • Foreign Trade Association
    The Foreign Trade Association is Europe’s premier association for trade policy and global supply chains. It brings together over 1000 retailers, importers, brand companies, and national associations to improve the political and legal framework for trade.
  • Global Europe Watch
    This website has been set up to unite activists across Europe in their common struggles to stop Europe’s corporate takeover across the world.
  • Handelskampanjen
    The Norwegian Trade Campaign will oppose the current, neo-liberal trade policies and fundamentally reform the trade policy system.
  • RESH
    Page de présentation de RESH. Centre de recherche en sciences humaines. Spécialisé en sociologie politique, en analyse de discours et en statistique textuelle
  • Seattle to Brussels Network
    The S2B network was formed in the aftermath of the WTO’s 1999 Seattle Ministerial to challenge the corporate-driven agenda of the European Union and other European governments for continued global trade and investment liberalisation.