As of today, 12 August, some of Cambodia's typical export products such as garments, footwear and travel goods are subject to the European Union's customs duties.
EU exports to Vietnam will be taxed less as of tomorrow, 1 August. This is the immediate effect of the entry into force of the EU-Vietnam trade agreement that will ultimately scrap duties on 99% of all goods traded between the two sides.
The European Union and China held today their 8th High-Level Trade and Economic Dialogue (HED).
Today, the governments of France and Spain agreed with Airbus SE to modify the terms of the Repayable Launch Investment granted by them for development of the A350 aircraft to reflect market conditions.
The European Commission has appointed today Mr Denis Redonnet to the function of Deputy Director-General in the Directorate-General for Trade (DG TRADE) which encompasses the new role of Chief Trade Enforcement Officer (CTEO).
Trade Barriers Report: EU continues to open up markets outside Europe in midst of rising protectionism
Thanks to the European Union's successful intervention, European companies generated €8 billion in additional exports in 2019.
Commission adopts White Paper on foreign subsidies in the Single Market. It now seeks views and input from all stakeholders on the options set out. The public consultation, open until 23 September 2020, will help the Commission prepare for appropriate legislative proposals in this area.
Today, the European Commission launched a major review of the European Union's trade policy, including a public consultation seeking input from for the European Parliament, Member States, stakeholders and civil society.
Coronavirus: European Commission backs international initiative to facilitate trade in healthcare products
The ongoing global coronavirus crisis has highlighted the need for a collective response from the international community to reinforce preparedness for this and future crises.