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  • 7-Aug-2004 Overview of Bilateral Negotiations 2004 involving Trade Agreements: State of Play 27 July
    EU bilateral trade negotiations: state of play
    Overview of Bilateral Negotiations 2004 involving Trade Agreements: State of Play 27 July
  • 7-Aug-2004 EU deal in ’Made in Israel’ row
    EU deal in ’Made in Israel’ row
    Agreement has been reached in a wrangle between the European Commission and Israel over goods made in Palestinian territories in the West Bank and Gaza.
  • 7-Aug-2004 EU, Syria compromise on strength of WMD clause
    EU, Syria compromise on strength of WMD clause
    The European Union has "somewhat diluted" a clause calling on Syria to revoke its alleged weapons of mass destruction (WMD) program which has been blocking the signing of a joint political and economic pact, a European diplomat said
  • 6-Aug-2004 Sugar protest
    Jamaica: Sugar protest
    Trade unions which represent sugar industry employees plan to stage peaceful demonstrations outside the European Union delegation offices this week to help press Jamaica’s case for more time to adjust to Europe’s planned sharp reduction in the price it pays Caribbean countries for
  • 6-Aug-2004 Zimbabwe Joins New Trade Bloc
    Zimbabwe joins new trade bloc
    Zimbabwe has decided to negotiate its Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union under a new trading bloc known as the Eastern and Southern Africa (ESA) group.
  • 6-Aug-2004 UN
    BITs: "arms of massive destruction" against national and international public law and human rights law
    Written statement submitted by Europe Centre - Third World, non-governmental organization with general consultative status and the American Association of Jurists, nongovernmental organization with special consultative status.
  • 6-Aug-2004 CAFTA: Recolonizing Central America
    CAFTA: Recolonizing Central America
    Managua, Nicaragua — "Prices are so low we have to grow more and more just to meet ends." That’s how a leader of a new Nicaraguan campesino organization, FEDICAMP, describes the current situation for small farmers here.
  • 6-Aug-2004 Letter urging IP be excluded from US-SACU trade negotiations
    Letter urging IP be excluded from US-SACU trade negotiations
    Re: Excluding Intellectual Property from negotiations over a U.S.- Southern African Customs Union (SACU) Free Trade Agreement
  • 5-Aug-2004 Thailand: Opposition to Bilateral Trade Agreement Grows Strong
    Thailand: Opposition to bilateral trade agreement grows strong
    Trade and consumers’ right activists who were at the forefront campaigning on FTA, called on the government to reveal all the terms and conditions of Tafta, voicing their grave concern that the local farm sector appear to be the losers while the winners are a handful of Thai big
  • 5-Aug-2004 US Free Trade Initiatives and their implications for the multilateral trading system
    US free trade initiatives & their implications for the multilateral trading system
    The rationale for regional integration between two or more countries would suggest that such agreements would need to be based on substantial trading interests.
  • 5-Aug-2004 Bilateral investment agreements: Agents of new global standards for the protection of intellectual property rights?
    Bilateral investment agreements: Agents of new global standards for the protection of IPRs?
    Developing countries have entered into a large number of bilateral investment treaties (BITs) as well as free trade agreements (FTAs) that include explicit obligations for the protection of intellectual property rights as "investments".
  • 5-Aug-2004 Drug spat stalls Australia-US free trade deal
    Drug spat stalls Australia-US free trade deal
    A long-awaited Australia-US free trade agreement (FTA) hit a new snag in Canberra, just hours after US President George W. Bush reaffirmed Washington’s commitment to a pact he called "a milestone in the history of our alliance".
  • 2-Aug-2004 Hotline invites views on FTA
    Hotline invites views on US-Bahrein FTA
    People can now have their say on Bahrain’s Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with the US.
  • 2-Aug-2004 What’s the big deal?
    What’s the big deal?
    John Garnaut cuts through the politics of the free trade agreement with the United States to find the winners and losers.
  • 2-Aug-2004 Vannessa drops all Las Cristinas Venezuelan appeals
    Vannessa drops all Las Cristinas Venezuelan appeals
    In order to meet the requirements to submit its Las Cristanas dispute to international arbitration, junior explorationist Vanessa Ventures [VV] of Calgary, Alberta, has dropped five appeals to Venezuela’s Supreme Tribunal of Justice.
  • 2-Aug-2004 BIMSTEC Summit Declaration
    BIMSTEC Summit Declaration
    Following is the text of the declaration issued at the conclusion of the first BIMSTEC summit here Saturday
  • 2-Aug-2004 New Asian free trade area up by 2017
    BIMSTEC: New Asian free trade area up by 2017
    Leaders of seven Asian nations at a summit here have endorsed the start of talks for a free trade pact by 2017, with Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra urging them to use their inherent strength to become more than just a ’small blip’ on the world’s radar
  • 2-Aug-2004 Seoul film industry rallies to keep quota
    Seoul film industry rallies to keep quota
    A star-studded film about two brothers caught on opposite sides of the Korean War broke all box-office records here this year.
  • 2-Aug-2004 Free trade beyond the WTO
    ’Free’ trade beyond the WTO
    Welcome to the brave new world of “Free” Trade. This is a world that extends beyond the World Trade Organisation. This may be difficult to comprehend, but the fact of the matter is that global capital, led by the US government, seeks more and more to tread where even the WTO did
  • 30-Jul-2004
    India will review FTA’s, says PM
    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday made his maiden foray into the foreign policy realm by announcing a review of the various Foreign Trade Agreements (FTAs) signed by the previous BJP-led NDA government.
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