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German Presidency outlines priorities to EP committees EN

04-09-2020 AFCO AFET AGRI BUDG CONT CULT DEVE ECON EMPL ENVI FEMM IMCO INTA ITRE JURI LIBE PECH PETI REGI TRAN DROI SEDE

Ministers are outlining the priorities of the German Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.

The trade committee strengthened the deterrent effect of EU countermeasures in trade disputes in a vote on Monday.

Foreign Affairs and Trade Committee MEPs reiterate their overwhelming support for the EU position in the talks between the European Union and the UK on their future relationship.

Trade Committee MEPs discussed the effects of the coronavirus crisis on future trade and an overhaul of EU trade priorities with Trade Commissioner Phil Hogan, on Tuesday.

Croatian Presidency outlines priorities to EP committees EN

24-01-2020 AFET AGRI BUDG CULT ECON EMPL ENVI FEMM IMCO INTA PECH REGI TRAN

Ministers are outlining the priorities of the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.

The Committee on International Trade backed the free trade and investment protection agreements between the EU and Vietnam on Tuesday.

Trade MEPs on Monday called for solutions to keep up dispute settlement in the World Trade Organisation to allow the continuation of rules-based international trade.

The US can import the largest share of hormone-free beef to the EU from 2020, without raising the overall amount of imports, agreed trade MEPs in a vote on Monday.

Trade Committee MEPs are going to discuss elements of a future trade agreement with Vietnam before Parliament decides on endorsement.

Chairman Bernd Lange (S&D, DE) made the following statement, on behalf of the Committee for International Trade, after the announcement of the WTO ruling in the Airbus case.