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Parliamentary questions
20 November 2012
E-008930/2012
Answer given by Mr De Gucht on behalf of the Commission

As stated in the reply to Question E-006888/2012, the Commission fully respects the vote of the Parliament regarding ACTA and will not make any attempt to introduce the controverted provisions of that agreement in other negotiations.

The final result of the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) chapter of Canada-EU Trade Agreement (CETA) should be fully in line with EU legislation, without exceeding or modifying it, and similar to IPR chapters existing in other free trade agreements, such as the one recently concluded with South Korea.

OJ C 294 E, 10/10/2013
Last updated: 5 February 2013Legal notice