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  1. Policy Evaluation : Impact of trade chapters of the Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreements with six partners: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia - Summary of the Staff Working Document
    • Abstract: The purpose of the evaluation was to assess the extent to which the objectives of Euro-Med FTAs were met. This was achieved by following four criteria: effectiveness, efficiency, coherence and relevance. The evaluation period covered data available three years prior to the date the Euro-Med FTAs came into the force up to the latest available data.
    • 10 November 2021
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  2. WTO cases : Integrated Executive Summary by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS558 - China — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 25 June 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  3. WTO cases : Integrated Executive Summary by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 25 June 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  4. WTO cases : Replies of the European Union to the Questions after the Second Substantive Meeting of the Panel with the Parties
    • Abstract: WT/DS558 - China — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 7 April 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  5. WTO cases : Replies of the European Union to the Questions after the Second Substantive Meeting of the Panel with the Parties
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 7 April 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  6. WTO cases : Comments on the United States’ Comments on the European Union’s Statements at the Second Substantive Meeting
    • Abstract: WT/DS558 - China — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 11 March 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  7. WTO cases : Comments on the United States’ Comments on the European Union’s Statements at the Second Substantive Meeting
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 11 March 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  8. WTO cases : Comments on the Statements Delivered by the United States at the Second Substantive Meeting by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 25 February 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  9. WTO cases : Comments on the Statements Delivered by the United States at the Second Substantive Meeting by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS558 - China — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 25 February 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  10. WTO cases : Closing Oral Statement by the European Union at the Second Substantive Meeting
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 27 January 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  11. WTO cases : Opening Oral Statement by the European Union at the Second Substantive Meeting
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 13 January 2021
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  12. Euro-Mediterranean partnership : Technical Progress Report on Implementation of Package of Measures to facilitate trade of Palestinian products with other Euro-Mediterranean partners
    • Abstract: Package of Measures to facilitate trade of Palestinian products with other Euro-Mediterranean partners - November 2020
    • 7 December 2020
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  13. WTO cases : Comments of the European Union on the United States’ Replies to the Additional Questions from the Panel
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 28 October 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  14. WTO cases : Comments of the European Union on the United States’ Replies to the Additional Questions from the Panel
    • Abstract: WT/DS558 - China — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 28 October 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  15. WTO cases : Replies of the European Union to the Additional Questions from the Panel
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 22 September 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  16. WTO cases : Replies of the European Union to the Additional Questions from the Panel
    • Abstract: WT/DS558 - China — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 22 September 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  17. Export from EU : TIBR 2019: Egypt success story
    • Abstract: Polish baby milk producer gains access to Egyptian market.
    • 18 June 2020
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  18. WTO cases : Second Written Submission by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 17 April 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  19. Policy Evaluation : Interim technical report - Euro-Med
    • Abstract: This Interim Report provides an ex-post evaluation of the impact of trade chapters of the Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreements with six partners (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia). It has been commissioned by the Directorate General for Trade (DG TRADE) of the European Commission and it is being implemented by the Consortium consisting of the Center for Social and Economic Research (CASE) and Ecorys, supported by the Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Institutes of Economic Sciences (FEMISE). The purpose of the ex-post evaluation is to assess the achievement of the main objectives of the trade chapters of the Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreements (thereafter Euro-Med FTAs, FTAs). The Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreements were conceived to help achieve the objectives of the 1995 Barcelona Declaration1, signed by EU Member States and Southern Mediterranean Countries (SMCs), including the six countries considered in this ex-post evaluation. The Declaration aimed at creating an area of shared prosperity in the Mediterranean region, which was to be achieved by sustainable socio-economic development, improved conditions of living, increased employment and closer regional cooperation and integration. The idea was to promote sustainable growth and improve living standards in SMCs as means to promoting stability and easing migratory pressures.
    • 31 March 2020
    • Type: Official document
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  20. Policy Evaluation : Annexes to the Euro-Med Interim Report
    • Abstract: Descriptive and econometric analysis of historical trade flows Descriptive statistical analyses are standard elements of many quantitative studies on the Euro-Med FTAs. They typically involve an analysis of trends of economic variables of interesting order to first identify the nature of developments (directions and magnitudes of changes) as well as a possible correlation between the different variables. Such analysis is often used as a stand-alone approach or one that supports econometric or computable general equilibrium (CGE) modelling. As foreshadowed in the description of the general evaluation approach, particularly in ex post studies, researchers have the benefit of knowing what actually happened to trade flows and other economic indicators.
    • 31 March 2020
    • Type: Official document
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF

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