Trade Deals create the right chemistry for growthGo to this company story page
See how the EU trade agreements with South Korea, Canada and South Africa make exporting its high-performance coatings easy for German company, CeraNovis.
Cybersecurity and the circle of trustGo to this company story page
Dutch company, Compumatica, exports cybersecurity technology to Japan thanks to the stable environment that the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement provides.
Trade agreements put small countries on the mapGo to this company story page
Irish companies, like ABCON, enjoy greater visibility thanks to the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement.
Tea leaves Europe for new marketsGo to this company story page
Greek company, Anassa Organics benefits from EU’s trade agreements with Canada, South Korea, Japan, and Singapore to increase their sales of locally grown tea.
Polish baby milk producer gains access to Egyptian marketGo to this company story page
A new Egyptian law blocked imports of baby milk from Polish exporter, Geo-Poland.
Removing barriers: Portuguese paper company regains access to Turkish market for uncoated wood-free paperGo to this company story page
Market access issue: Turkish surveillance measures and non-automatic import licensing for uncoated wood-free paper
Removing barriers: European drinks company gets proper protection for trademarked productsGo to this company story page
Market Access Partnership helped to remove a barrier in Kazakhstan, protecting key European geographical indications from imitations.
Removing barriers: Spanish tannery regains access to the Indian leather marketGo to this company story page
Market access issue in India: Mandatory veterinary certificates for leather imports
Removing barriers: Dutch veal regains access to the Chinese marketGo to this company story page
Market access issue: import ban on veal and beef products due to BSE.
Removing barriers: Brazil remains open for Greek canned peachesGo to this company story page
The EU managed to remove canned peaches from the list of products with high duties. This opens opportunities.
In this section you will find a selection of stories and experiences from companies about the use of the information on this portal for their businesses.
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