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  • 2-Sep-2015 Interfax EU backs free trade agreement with Ukraine’s entry into effect on Jan 1, 2016 – foreign minister
    Ukraine-EU Association Agreement will be fully applicable as of 01.01.2016,
  • 31-Aug-2015 Dairy Markets EU weighs up possible trade deal with world No.1 dairy exporter
    The move, which would also include a possible trade deal with Australia, may be part of a new ‘communication’ on future EU trade policy, set to be published this autumn, reports Agra Europe’s Paul Hutchison.
  • 21-Aug-2015 Acidus TISA, TTIP, CETA, TPP : la mort du service public
    Les partisans des libéralisations misent sur de nouveaux accords de libre-échange qui priveraient les Etats de leur capacité à fixer les règles du jeu et accéléreraient le démontage du service public.
  • 19-Aug-2015 Daily Sabah Zeybekci suggests renewal of FTA with Serbia, BiH
    Turkey is ready to the fullest extent to expand the free trade agreements to the service, public, food, agriculture and e-commerce sectors
  • 21-Jul-2015 Tengri News Over 30 countries interested in signing free trade agreement with EEU
    Several countries have offered to create free-trade zones with the Eurasian Economic Union including Zimbabwe, Jordan, Syria, Mongolia and Albania.
  • 22-Jun-2015 Confédération Suisse Le Guatemala adhère à l’Accord de libre-échange AELE-Amérique centrale
    Le Conseiller fédéral suisse, ses homologues des autres Etats de l’AELE (Islande, Liechtenstein, Norvège) et des représentants des Etats d’Amérique centrale Guatemala, Costa Rica et Panama ont signé un Protocole portant adhésion du Guatemala à l’Accord de libre-échange entre les Etats de l’AELE et les Etats d’Amérique centrale.
  • 18-Jun-2015 EurActiv EU-Cuba talks progress on trade
    The 4th round of EU-Cuba negotiations for a framework agreement for political dialogue and cooperation was held yesterday in Brussels (16 June), making progress on trade and economic issues, but lagging behind on the political dialogue chapter.
  • 6-Jun-2015 AEGFI CH: Pas d’avantage à un accord de libre échange avec l’UE
    Le Conseil fédéral a publié vendredi une comparaison entre un accord global de libre-échange et les accords bilatéraux avec l’UE. Réponse à un postulat de la conseillère aux Etats Karin Keller-Sutter.
  • 20-May-2015 Moscow plays nice with free trade as Ukraine sounds alarm over Russian troops
    Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced a breakthrough in negotiations with Russia over Kyiv’s duty-free trade deal with the European Union – a much needed ray of hope in the ongoing war.
  • 13-May-2015 La Tribune Quand le TTIP "inspire" l’UE et le Mexique
    Selon la Commissaire européenne en charge du Commerce Cecilia Malmström, Bruxelles et Mexico ont tout intérêt à faire évoluer leur accord conclu en 2000 sur le modèle du Tafta actuellement en discussions de part et d’autre de l’Atlanique.
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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.
  • 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.