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The next INTA meeting

16-01-2015 - 11:03

The last meeting of the Committee on International Trade took place in Brussels on 13 and 14  April 2015.

See the highlights of this meeting below.


The next meeting of INTA Committee will take place on 6 and 7 May 2015.

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Votes of 14 April 2015

14-04-2015 - 18:24
Committee vote

INTA voted on the following files:

- Report on"Conflict minerals" (Rapporteur: Iuliu Winkler, PPE). Members voted the 627 amendments to the legislative proposal of the Commission to promote responsible sourcing of minerals from conflict areas in an attempt to break the link between mineral extraction and conflict. Please see additional information below.

- Draft Opinion to the ITRE report on "European Energy Security". 83 amendments were tabled to this topical and important opinion. Whilst Members agree that trade is an important tool in the EU's energy security strategy, opinions differ e.g. on the scope of energy security,and as to which extent the Union should join its efforts when negotiating energy agreements with third countries. INTA Rapporteur for the opinion is Helmut SCHOLZ (GUE).

Consideration of amendments: Recommendations to the European Commission on the negotiations for the TTIP

14-04-2015 - 18:10
Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)

INTA Members had an extensive discussion on 898 amendments that have been tabled to the Draft Report on "Recommendations to the European Commission on the negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement". This debate prepared the ground for further discussions on possible compromise amendments to be negotiated among political groups within the coming weeks leading to the vote of the TTIP resolution in INTA, scheduled to take place in May 2015.

Exchange of views on the EU-Myanmar Investment Agreement

13-04-2015 - 12:54
Shwedagon Paya at twilight, Yangoon, Myanmar

Further to the first round of negotiations between the European Commission and Myanmar government on an investment agreement, and just before the second round, the Committee held an exchange of views with the participation of the EU Chief Negotiator.

As a reminder, INTA Committee also held a public hearing on this topic on 6 November 2014. The EU-Myanmar Investment agreement is an only-investment protection agreement (without market access) and none of the EU Member States have any bilateral investment treaty with Myanmar so far.

Derniers communiqués de presse

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Minerais des conflits: des règles pour limiter le financement des groupes armés

INTA 14-04-2015 - 15:59

Les fonderies et raffineries de l'UE importateurs de minéraux et de métaux "des conflits" devront être certifiés par l'UE pour aider à endiguer le flux de revenus vers les groupes armés, selon un projet législatif tel que modifié en commission du commerce international. D'autres modifications fixent les conditions pour la reconnaissance de l'UE des régimes d'auto-certification de l'industrie, et les exigences en matière d'étiquetage. Ces amendements doivent encore être approuvés par la plénière. (Lire la suite)

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TTIP: désaccords sur la protection des données, les services et l'environnement

INTA 14-04-2015 - 09:56

898 amendements au projet de résolution sur les progrès réalisés dans le cadre des négociations avec les États-Unis à propos du partenariat transatlantique de commerce et d'investissement (TTIP), ont fait l'objet d'un débat en commission du commerce international lundi. (Lire la suite)

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14-04-2015 - 15:04
INTA Réunion
14-04-2015 - 09:23
INTA Réunion

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Bernd Lange (S&D) - Chairman of the Committee on International Trade

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