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  1. WTO cases : Second Written Submission by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS559 - European Union — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 17 March 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  2. WTO cases : Replies by the European Union to Panel written questions
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 14 February 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  3. WTO cases : Replies by the European Union to the Questions from the Panel after the First Substantive Meeting
    • Abstract: WT/DS559 - European Union — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 30 January 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  4. WTO cases : Closing Oral Statement by the European Union at the Second Substantive Meeting
    • Abstract: WT/DS558 - China — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 27 January 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  5. WTO cases : Opening Oral Statement by the European Union at the Second Substantive Meeting
    • Abstract: WT/DS558 - China — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 13 January 2020
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  6. WTO cases : Opening Oral Statement by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 4 November 2019
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  7. Policy Evaluation : Final Inception Report - Evaluation of the impact of trade chapters of the EuroMediterranean Association Agreements with six partners: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia
    • Abstract: The Directorate General for Trade (DG TRADE) of the European Commission has commissioned an evaluation of the impact of trade chapters of the Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreements with six partners: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Tunisia to the Consortium consisting of CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research and Ecorys, supported by FEMISE (the Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Institutes of Economic Sciences). The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance and coherence of the trade chapters of the Association Agreements. In the rest of this report, the trade chapters of the Association Agreements will be referred to as Euro-Med free trade agreements (“Euro-Med FTAs”). The Euro-Mediterranean Association Agreements were conceived to help achieve the objectives of the 1995 Barcelona Declaration, signed by 15 EU Member States and 12 Southern Mediterranean Countries (SMCs), including all six countries considered in this 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 on Europe.
    • 1 July 2019
    • Type: Official document
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  8. Egypt : EU-Egypt sub-committee on Industry, trade services and investment
    • Abstract: The meeting took place in Cairo.
    • 17 June 2019
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  9. WTO cases : First Written Submission by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS559 - European Union — Additional Duties on Certain Products from the United States
    • 6 June 2019
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  10. WTO cases : First Written Submission by the European Union
    • Abstract: WT/DS548 - United States — Certain Measures on Steel and Aluminium Products
    • 1 May 2019
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  11. 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
    • 14 June 2018
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  12. Euro-Mediterranean partnership : Agenda 10th Union for the Mediterranean
    • Abstract: Brussels, 19 March 2018 - Berlaymont Building
    • 19 March 2018
    • Type: Other
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  13. Euro-Mediterranean partnership : UfM Ministerial Declaration
    • Abstract: Ministerial Declaration of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Trade Ministers
    • 19 March 2018
    • Type: Official document
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  14. Euro-Mediterranean partnership : Euromed Statement by EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmström
    • Abstract: Speech by European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström, 10th Union for the Mediterranean Trade Ministerial
    • 19 March 2018
    • Type: Speeches and articles
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  15. Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) : EUROPEAN COMMISSION SERVICES' POSITION PAPER ON THE TRADE SIA IN SUPPORT OF NEGOTIATIONS OF A DEEP AND COMPREHENSIVE FREE TRADE AREA BETWEEN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND EGYPT
    • Abstract: This paper sets out the European Commission services' position on the Trade Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) of a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) between the European Union (EU) and Egypt. The Trade SIA study was commissioned by the European Commission's Directorate General for Trade and was carried out by an independent consultancy company, Ecorys. It was completed in December 2014.
    • 1 December 2016
    • Type: Other
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  16. In focus: Exporters Stories : Italian cotton manufacturer finds profitable markets around the world
    • Abstract: EU trade deals reduce trade tariffs and open up new export opportunities.
    • Languages:
    • 21 September 2016
    • Type: Official document
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  17. WTO cases : EU Third Party Oral Statement
    • Abstract: WT/DS434 - Australia - Certain Measures Concerning Trademarks and Other Plain Packaging Requirements Applicable to tobacco Products and Packaging
    • 3 June 2015
    • Type: Submission to the WTO
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  18. WTO cases : Australia – Certain Measures Concerning Trademarks and other Plain Packaging Requirements Applicable to Tobacco Products and Packaging
    • Abstract: WT/DS434 - Australia - Certain Measures Concerning Trademarks and Other Plain Packaging Requirements Applicable to tobacco Products and Packaging
    • 10 April 2015
    • Type: Official document
    • Source: WTO
    • Format: PDF
  19. Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) : Executive summary - Egypt final report - Arabic
    • Abstract: Executive summary - final report Egypt - Arabic
    • 3 November 2014
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF
  20. Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) : Trade Sustainability Impact Assessment in support of negotiations of a DCFTA between the EU and Egypt - Final report
    • Abstract: This is the Final Report (FR) for the Trade Sustainability Impact Assessment (Trade SIA) in support of possible negotiations of a Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (DCFTA) between the EU and Egypt. This study explores the potential economic, social and environmental (sustainability) impacts of such an agreement. It is part of a larger study that also includes a Trade SIA of the DCFTA between the EU and Jordan.
    • 3 November 2014
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Other source
    • Format: PDF

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