“Following heated public debates over the course of the past months, the European Parliament has voted in favour of the trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA). (…)”
The EU’s trade agreement with Canada cleared a crucial hurdle today (24 January) when it was approved by the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee, making way for the deal to be sent to a vote in the entire 751-seat chamber next month.
German lawmakers propose slicing the way EU trade deals are dealt with in two. Not everyone agrees.
Anti-CETA campaigns and mass protests have put the EU-Canada deal under constant pressure. Daniel Caspary MEP asks: What are we going to do if the European Union buries its common trade policy?
Germany’s Constitutional Court has rejected an appeal brought against the EU’s free trade deal with Canada (CETA). The door is now open for Berlin to sign the agreement.
“President Tsai Ing-wen met on the morning of September 23 with members of the Group of the European People’s Party (EPP) who sit on the European Parliament’s Committee on International Trade (INTA). (…)”
“On 23 September a 12 member delegation from the European Parliament’s international trade committee (INTA) visited the ECCT. (…)”