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23-05-2022 - 14:02 INTA

The Committee on International Trade sends a delegation comprising eight Members to Santiago de Chile on 23-25 May. They will discuss modernising the trade-part of the2002 EU-Chile Association Agreement and other bilateral trade matters. They will meet representatives of the newly elected Chilean government, Congress, trade unions, business and civil society. Members will explore the impact of constitutional process in Chile on trade relations, and Chile's role in the global green transition.

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23-05-2022 - 12:31 BUDG

The Committee on Budgets delegation will travel to Turkey from 23 to 25 May 2022. The main objective of this mission is to learn about the implementation of the Facility for Refugees in Turkey, which coordinates a total budget of EUR 6 billion. The delegates will also meet with UNICEF, UN Women, MoNE and ICMPD.

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23-05-2022 - 12:31 IMCO

A Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection delegation will travel to Silicon Valley on 23 May. It will meet with the key digital players, like Google, Meta, Apple, Airbnb, PayPal, eBay, and Uber. The mission will provide an opportunity to learn more about current issues and could be of great value for the ongoing committee discussions on how to maintain a proper business eco-system, which nurtures innovation while guaranteeing high standards of consumer protection

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23-05-2022 - 12:31 ITRE

The Committee on Industry, Research and Energy will go on a mission to Lisbon, Portugal, from 23 to 25 May. The delegation will take part in meetings on topical issues and visit the Parliament. It will meet with Mrs Fortunato, Minister for Science, Technology and Higher Education, Mr Cordeiro, Minister for the Environment and Climate Action, Mr Campolargo, Secretary of State for Digitalisation and Modernisation of the Public Administration, and Mr Moedas, the Mayor of Lisbon.

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20-05-2022 - 09:45

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20-05-2022 - 09:45

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