Wealth created by trade needs to be evenly shared, so that everyone profits from it, Canada's Ambassador to the EU, Daniel Costello, told EURACTIV.com, ahead of a likely signing of the EU-Canada trade deal.
An EU-Canada deal to share air passenger data in a bid to fight terrorism cannot be passed in its present form as it would breach privacy laws, the chief legal advisor to the European Union's top court said Thursday (8 September).
The European Commission's announcement that the EU-Canada trade deal will be concluded without the involvement of national parliaments has sparked debate at the EU summit in Brussels and was met with outrage in a number of countries.
Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker reportedly …
The European Commission announced on Monday (29 February) that it has agreed with the Canadian government to amend the controversial investment protection clause to pulverise the risk of defeat on a ratification vote of the trade agreement in the European Parliament.
It has been six years since negotiations on a comprehensive economic trade deal between the EU and Canada began. Despite worries over TTIP and the Investor-State Dispute Settlement, it can wait no longer, contends Artis Pabriks.
This piece is an attempt to provide a pathway that may secure a positive vote in the European Parliament for the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada, writes Sorin Moisa.
The free trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA) will provide European companies with long-term access to essential raw materials, Nickel Institute President Tim Aiken says, hoping to create more pro-business EU laws with CETA. EURACTIV Germany reports.
Canada and the European Union have finalised the text of a proposed free trade agreement after months of wrangling, in a deal which is expected to serve as a blueprint for a similar agreement with the United States.
Germany is to reject a multi-billion free trade deal between the European Union and Canada which is widely seen as a template for a bigger agreement with the United States, a leading German paper reported on Saturday (26 July).
The European Union and Canada are expected to close negotiations on a multi-billion-dollar trade deal tomorrow (18 October), if they can overcome final disagreements ranging from medicine patents to feta cheese and integrate two of the world's biggest economies.