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On Tuesday, Parliament adopted new rules allowing the EU to use countermeasures in trade disputes when arbitration is blocked.

Foreign Affairs and Trade MEPs welcome the new EU-UK agreement as a good deal but demand proper parliamentary scrutiny powers and full access to information.

Members on the Foreign Affairs and International Trade Committees will debate the new EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement on Thursday at 10.00 CET.

Trade MEPs on Monday welcomed the achievements of the agreement between the EU and the UK but promised detailed scrutiny of the deal before a consent decision.

Statement by the President of the European Parliament David Sassoli and the Head of Parliament's UK Coordination Group David McAllister on the agreement reached on future EU-UK relations.

The trade committee backed the new set of rules for exporting dual use products and technologies, including cyber-surveillance tools.

Parliament agreed to eliminate EU tariffs on lobsters in return for lower US tariffs on a range of EU exports.

Parliament on Thursday outlined its main trade policy goals for the upcoming years in its input to an ongoing review of trade policy in the wake of the disruptive COVID-19 crisis.

On Wednesday, Parliament backed an agreement between the EU and China to protect the names of 200 European and Chinese food specialties from counterfeiting.

Trade MEPs agreed Tuesday to bolster the EU’s ability to use countermeasures in trade disputes.