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  1. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement - Factsheet on public procurement
    • Résumé : Every year, national, regional and municipal governments in Japan and the EU procure – or buy – goods and services worth billions of euros from private companies. They issue public contracts or tenders which companies then bid for.
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    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 418Kb
  2. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: chapter on trade remedies
    • Résumé : Consolidated Text related to Trade Remedies (antidumping and safeguard measures)
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 132Kb
  3. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: Trade in Services, General provisions
    • Résumé : The Parties, reaffirming their respective commitments under the WTO Agreement and their commitment to create a better climate for the development of trade and investment between the Parties, hereby lay down the necessary arrangements for the progressive and reciprocal liberalisation of trade in services and investment and for cooperation on e-commerce.
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 264Kb
  4. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: services: Cross border trade in services
    • Résumé : This Chapter shall apply to measures adopted or maintained by a Party affecting cross-border trade in services by service suppliers of the other Party.
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 224Kb
  5. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement - Factsheet on food safety and sanitary and phytosanitary measures
    • Résumé : Like the EU, Japan has some of the highest food safety standards in the world. For example, Japan does not allow the use of growth hormones in its beef production, and regulations controlling GMOs are of great importance to Japanese consumers.
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    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 382Kb
  6. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: chapter on Technical Barriers to Trade
    • Résumé : The objectives of this Chapter are to facilitate and increase trade in goods between the Parties by ensuring that technical regulations, standards and conformity assessment procedures do not create unnecessary obstacles to trade, by enhancing joint cooperation between the Parties
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 262Kb
  7. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement – Infographic on Fact and figures
    • Résumé : Key facts and figures on the agreement
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    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 274Kb
  8. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: chapter on Customs and Trade Facilitation
    • Résumé : The objectives of this Chapter are: promoting trade facilitation for goods traded between the Parties while ensuring effective customs controls, taking into account the evolution of trade practices...
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 348Kb
  9. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: services: Entry and temporary stay of natural persons
    • Résumé : This Chapter reflects the strengthened trade relationship between the Parties as well as the desire of the Parties to facilitate entry and temporary stay of natural persons for business purposes on a reciprocal basis and to ensure transparency of the process.
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 259Kb
  10. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: services: Regulatory framework
    • Résumé : The following disciplines apply to measures by the Parties relating to licencing requirements and procedures, qualification requirements and procedures and technical standards that affect: (a) the cross-border supply of services as defined in Article (X) (Definitions);...
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 545Kb
  11. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: Capital Movements , payments and transfers
    • Résumé : Without prejudice to other provisions of this Agreement, the Parties shall allow, in freely convertible currency, and in accordance with the provisions of the Articles of the Agreement of the International Monetary Fund, as applicable, any payments and transfers with regard to transactions on the current account of the balance of payments between the Parties.
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 173Kb
  12. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement – Infographic on what's in today's agreement
    • Résumé : What are the key elements covered by the agreement?
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    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 333Kb
  13. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: Investment
    • Résumé : This Chapter shall apply to measures adopted or maintained by a Party with regard to the establishment or operation of economic activities by: (a) investors of the other Party; and (b) covered investments; and (c) for the purposes of Article [x6] ...
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 437Kb
  14. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: services: Electronic commerce
    • Résumé : The Parties recognise that electronic commerce contributes to economic growth and increases trade opportunities in many sectors. The Parties also recognise the importance of facilitating the use and development of electronic commerce...
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 284Kb
  15. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement: Dispute Settlement
    • Résumé : The objective of this Chapter is to establish an effective and efficient mechanism for settling disputes between the Parties concerning the interpretation and application of this Agreement with a view to reaching a mutually agreed solution.
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 320Kb
  16. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement - Factsheet on market access
    • Résumé : Japan is the world's fourth largest economy. With a population of 127 million, its economy is about one third larger than Germany's. Japan is the EU's second biggest trading partner in Asia after China.
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    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 486Kb
  17. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement - Factsheet on regulatory cooperation
    • Résumé : Regulatory cooperation means that regulators from two different countries or regions get together to: share experiences and information, identify areas of mutual interest for joint work, work more closely together on developing international standards and discuss how to address issues arising when the two sides' regulations diverge or are incompatible.
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    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 348Kb
  18. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement – Infographic on agriculture
    • Résumé : Facts and figures on how European farmers will benefit from the agreement
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    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 507Kb
  19. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership agreement – Infographic on why it matters
    • Résumé : Why does the agreement matters, what signal does it send to the rest of the world?
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    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 498Kb
  20. Japan: EU-Japan Economic partnership on subsidies
    • Résumé : The Parties recognise that subsidies can be granted by a Party when they are necessary to achieve a public policy objective, however, certain subsidies have the potential to distort the proper functioning of markets and undermine the benefits of liberalisation of trade and investment. In principle, subsidies should not be granted by a Party when it finds that they have or could have a significantly negative effect on trade and investment interests.
    • 6 July 2017
    • Type : Stratégie et politiques
    • Source : Commission
    • Format: PDF 177Kb

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