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Krug pregovora iz Dohe i poljoprivreda

01-04-2018

Krug pregovora iz Dohe posljednji je u nizu pregovora Svjetske trgovinske organizacije. Započeo je 2001. i obilježio početak novih pregovora u području poljoprivrede: članice WTO-a obvezale su se da će omogućiti znatna poboljšanja pristupa tržištu i postupno ukinuti sve oblike izvoznih subvencija u okviru domaće potpore s učinkom iskrivljavanja trgovinske razmjene te da će voditi računa o tome da se zemljama u razvoju treba omogućiti posebno i drugačije postupanje.

Krug pregovora iz Dohe posljednji je u nizu pregovora Svjetske trgovinske organizacije. Započeo je 2001. i obilježio početak novih pregovora u području poljoprivrede: članice WTO-a obvezale su se da će omogućiti znatna poboljšanja pristupa tržištu i postupno ukinuti sve oblike izvoznih subvencija u okviru domaće potpore s učinkom iskrivljavanja trgovinske razmjene te da će voditi računa o tome da se zemljama u razvoju treba omogućiti posebno i drugačije postupanje.

Cestovni promet: međunarodni prijevoz i kabotaža

01-02-2018

Nakon usvajanja više europskih zakonodavnih akata međunarodni cestovni prijevoz i kabotaža tereta i putnika postupno su liberalizirani.

Nakon usvajanja više europskih zakonodavnih akata međunarodni cestovni prijevoz i kabotaža tereta i putnika postupno su liberalizirani.

CETA and public services

10-02-2017

EU-Canada negotiations for a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) began in May 2009 and concluded in September 2014. Signed in October 2016, the agreement's overall aim is to increase flows of goods, services and investment. This publication analyses the extent to which public services are protected in CETA. The trade agreement takes the public sector into account by means of a (general) public sector carve-out and specific reservations introduced by the EU and the Member States in the ...

EU-Canada negotiations for a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) began in May 2009 and concluded in September 2014. Signed in October 2016, the agreement's overall aim is to increase flows of goods, services and investment. This publication analyses the extent to which public services are protected in CETA. The trade agreement takes the public sector into account by means of a (general) public sector carve-out and specific reservations introduced by the EU and the Member States in the annexes to the agreement. These reservations apply specifically to health services, education services, social services, and environmental, energy and transport services. National reservations introduced by the EU Member States to complement EU-wide reservations vary greatly. To a large extent this is the result of the widely varying levels of liberalisation of certain services among Member States, leading some of them to see a greater need to protect particular sectors from foreign competition than others.

Financial Services Liberalisation and TiSA: Implications for EU Free Trade Agreements

26-07-2016

With 23 participating countries, including all of the world’s largest financial centres, covering the vast bulk of global financial services trade, the TiSA negotiations on financial services trade are strategically important for the EU. They are likely to deliver commitments and rules, which go significantly beyond the GATS package negotiated over two decades ago – and to extend their umbrella to a greater range of countries. In addition, the level of market access commitments ultimately incorporated ...

With 23 participating countries, including all of the world’s largest financial centres, covering the vast bulk of global financial services trade, the TiSA negotiations on financial services trade are strategically important for the EU. They are likely to deliver commitments and rules, which go significantly beyond the GATS package negotiated over two decades ago – and to extend their umbrella to a greater range of countries. In addition, the level of market access commitments ultimately incorporated into TiSA will set a new benchmark and reference point for future EU FTA negotiations. Depending on the outcome of remaining negotiations, the TiSA may also establish influential new and consolidated texts on such matters as data transfer, forced localisation, source code, regulatory transparency, and domestic regulation.

Vanjski autor

Andrew LANG and Leonie AMARASEKARA

Switzerland Votes ‘Against Mass Immigration’: How Can the EU Respond?

13-02-2014

The EU-Switzerland Agreement on the Free Movement of Persons, signed in 1999, is linked to six other agreements. As the EU incorporated new Member States, the bilateral agreements with Switzerland were extended to new EU countries. The Swiss government has already applied a ‘safeguard clause’ to limit the longterm residence permits for EU citizens. The Swiss authorities must implement the referendum within three years. The EU may choose among different courses of action, which would involve the European ...

The EU-Switzerland Agreement on the Free Movement of Persons, signed in 1999, is linked to six other agreements. As the EU incorporated new Member States, the bilateral agreements with Switzerland were extended to new EU countries. The Swiss government has already applied a ‘safeguard clause’ to limit the longterm residence permits for EU citizens. The Swiss authorities must implement the referendum within three years. The EU may choose among different courses of action, which would involve the European Parliament to different degrees. The seven linked agreements could be terminated… or suspended. Negotiations on the wider institutional framework for bilateral relations may also be frozen. The referendum confirms the need for a new framework.

Modernisation of Trade Defence Instruments: Initial Appraisal of the Commission's Impact Assessment

14-10-2013

This note seeks to provide an initial analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission's Impact Assessment accompanying its Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Council Regulation (EC) n° 1225/2009 on protection against dumped imports from countries not members of the European Community and Council Regulation (EC) n° 597/2009 on protection against subsidised imports from countries not members of the European Community (COM (2013) 192 ...

This note seeks to provide an initial analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the European Commission's Impact Assessment accompanying its Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Council Regulation (EC) n° 1225/2009 on protection against dumped imports from countries not members of the European Community and Council Regulation (EC) n° 597/2009 on protection against subsidised imports from countries not members of the European Community (COM (2013) 192 final), which was submitted on 10 April 2013 and which aims at modernising the EU’s trade defence policy in order to respond to the new challenges in the international trade environment.

Proceedings of the Workshop on "Towards a Reform of the EU's Trade Defence Instruments (TDI)?"

08-08-2013

Proceedings of the workshop on "Towards a Reform of the EU's Trade Defence Instruments (TDI)?", held on 18 December 2012 in Brussels.

Proceedings of the workshop on "Towards a Reform of the EU's Trade Defence Instruments (TDI)?", held on 18 December 2012 in Brussels.

Vanjski autor

Edwin VERMULST (World Trade Institute, Bern, Switzerland , IELPO, Barcelona, Spain) and Jacques BOURGEOIS (College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium)

Sanctions as an EU foreign policy instrument

22-05-2013

The EU's sanctions policy under the CFSP framework is guided by the EU's overarching foreign policy principle of effective multilateralism, with the United Nations (UN) at its core. Thus the EU implements mandatory sanctions adopted by the UN Security Council in order to maintain or restore international peace and security.

The EU's sanctions policy under the CFSP framework is guided by the EU's overarching foreign policy principle of effective multilateralism, with the United Nations (UN) at its core. Thus the EU implements mandatory sanctions adopted by the UN Security Council in order to maintain or restore international peace and security.

The Reform of the Eu’s Trade Defence Instruments

23-07-2008

Vanjski autor

Hylke Vandenbussche (UCL-CORE)-project leader In collaboration with: Jozef Konings (KUL-ECON) Maurizio Zanardi (ULB-ECARES) Jan Wouters (KUL-ECON)

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