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Week in Brussels: EU summit, CBAM, Namibia, India GIs, Singapore, ISDS reform 

European Union leaders discussed relations with Türkiye and the bloc’s competitiveness. The European Commission published reports on its current negotiations with India on a geographical indications agreement and a digital trade agreement with Singapore.   There were also insights on how Namibian stakeholders views the country’s memorandum of understanding with …

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INTERVIEW – EU green trade agenda needs ongoing dialogue with developing countries

Borderlex caught up with ECDPM’s Alfonso Medinilla in Brussels to discuss the EU’s new unilateral green trade agenda, how it is perceived in Africa and other developing countries – and what the EU could do to help them implement Brussels’s many new rules. The conversation covers the carbon border adjustment …

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CBAM edges closer to enactment after decisive European Parliament vote

The European Parliament adopted the EU’s coming carbon border adjustment mechanism  over which an inter-institutional deal with EU member states and the commission was agreed last December. This paves the way for the world’s first carbon levy. Here is where the legislation is at, what’s in it and what isn’t …