A week in Brussels

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Week in Brussels: ASEAN, Switzerland, Industrialists on China, FTA domestic advisory groups

Brussels in rushing to wrap up or move specific trade file to the next level before the summer break which begins late July. EU ASEAN to meet in Q3 to discuss region to region FTA ‘parameters’ Well, nothing came out of it apart from good intentions. The EU and ASEAN …

A week in Brussels EU Carbon Border Measure Latest news Steel

Week in Brussels: EU COVID-19 vax exports, Altmeier for Big Steel, free ETS allowance vs CBAM battle

July 2021 is the month everyone has been waiting for: the EU will officially unveil its carbon border adjustment mechanism. Draft plans were leaked already – now the Big Brussels Lobbying can begin. Also, to round of this intense week in trade policy, some fresh data on EU COVID-19 vaccine …

A week in Brussels Canada and CETA Coronavirus response European Parliament Latest news United States

Week in Brussels: EP TRIPS waiver, CETA architects, CETA dairy, Saudi US MEG

With trade relations with the United States and United Kingdom – via Northern Ireland – in focus this week, it’s easy to get distracted. So here other notable developments in EU trade policy this week: EP TRIPS waiver politics, MRA for architects with Canada, Canada dairy, new anti-dumping duties on …

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Week in Brussels : COVID-19 vaccine local content requirement, CAI, Sweden-EU-UK`

It’s been quite the week in trade policy in Brussels, with the transatlantic relationship and global vaccine access a central theme. We had a suspension of tariff escalation plans by the EU to leave room to the United States to somehow phase out their Section 232 steel and aluminium tariffs …