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Economy & Jobs 20-10-2015

TTIP: What next for jobs and growth?

Negotiations between the United States and the European Union on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership began in July 2013.
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Global Europe 07-10-2015

EU-Taiwan relations need update

Taiwanese businesses thinking to invest abroad do not automatically think about Europe because bilateral relations between the two commercial partners have been low-profile, said Francis Kuo-Hsin Liang, Chairman of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council, in an interview with EURACTIV. “We need to push that to a higher profile,” he added, speaking in favour of a Bilateral Investment Agreement.
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Global Europe 17-12-2012

EU, Singapore ink free trade deal

Speaking at a press conference in Brussels, trade commissioner Karel De Gucht announced on Monday a free trade deal between the EU and Singapore, a move that should further open the Asian country's markets for financial services and make it easier for European automakers to export there. After the completion of negotiations by the European Commission, member states and the European Parliament need to sign off for the agreement to come into force.