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On 9 September 2020, the United Kingdom (UK) government tabled a bill in the House of Commons which would govern the country's internal market after the Brexit transition period ends. It aims to allow goods and services to flow freely between the four jurisdictions of the UK – England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland – replacing the rules now in place through membership of the EU's single market. Certain parts of this UK Internal Market Bill are particularly controversial, as they explicitly ...

Das Europäische Parlament wurde um seine Zustimmung zum Abschluss eines neuen Protokolls zu dem Fischereiabkommen mit Mauritius ersucht. Über das Protokoll, das es Fischereifahrzeugen der EU ermöglicht, in mauritischen Gewässern zu fischen, und in dem die der EU-Flotte zur Verfügung stehenden Fischereimöglichkeiten sowie die finanzielle Gegenleistung der EU dargelegt werden, soll während der Tagung im April im Plenum abgestimmt werden.

In July 2016, the Council adopted a decision authorising the Commission to begin negotiations, on behalf of the EU, for the conclusion of a fisheries agreement and protocol with Kenya. The negotiations are planned for the coming months. This would be the first ever EU fisheries agreement with Kenya, and would complement the regional network of agreements previously concluded in the western Indian Ocean (Seychelles, Madagascar, Mozambique, Comoros and Mauritius). The agreements allow the EU fleet ...

State of Play of EU-Mauritania Relations

Eingehende Analyse 23-02-2017

Mauritania, an important ally of the EU in the fight against terrorism in the Sahel, faces several inter-related development challenges: ensuring an efficient use of the revenue derived from natural resources, economic diversification and improved governance. The severity of these development challenges is increased by difficult political relations between the three main ethnic groups in the country, the dominant group being the Arab-Berber Bidhan. They constitute less than one-third of the country ...

The EU fisheries agreement with the Cook Islands and its implementation protocol, signed in October 2016, allow EU vessels to fish in this country’s waters for the first time. Parliament’s consent, requested for their conclusion, will be subject to a plenary vote planned for the February II session.

The first-ever EU fisheries agreement with Liberia and its associated implementation protocol were signed and entered into provisional application in December 2015. Their conclusion is now subject to approval by the European Parliament in a plenary vote.

Of all the fisheries partnership agreements currently in force, the EU-Mauritania agreement is by far the most significant in economic terms. A new protocol, setting the details for implementation of the agreement over the coming four years, was signed and entered into provisional application in November 2015. Parliament's consent is now required for the conclusion of this protocol.

The Fisheries Partnership Agreement between the EU and Greenland is one of the most significant for the EU in terms of economic value, and the only such agreement with a northern country. Parliament's consent is necessary for the conclusion of the new protocol to the agreement, which sets the details for its implementation over the coming five years.

Section 15 of China’s Protocol of Accession to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) allows importing WTO members to determine, under their national law, whether China is considered to be a market economy for the purpose of price comparability and of calculating dumping margins. Some provisions of this section expire on 11 December 2016, leaving uncertainty as to how China should be treated in antidumping investigations thereafter. The European Parliament’s Committee on International Trade (INTA) organised ...

Der Marktwirtschaftsstatus (MWS) – ein im Rahmen von Antidumpinguntersuchungen verwendeter Fachterminus – hat es bis ganz nach oben auf die internationale Agenda geschafft und heftige Diskussionen darüber ausgelöst, ob China dieser Status zuerkannt werden soll oder nicht. China verweist darauf, dass gemäß den Beitrittsdokumenten zur WTO eine automatische Zuerkennung des Marktwirtschaftsstatus nach dem 11. Dezember 2016 vorgesehen sei. Nach Ansicht zahlreicher anderer WTO-Mitglieder kann der betreffende ...