About: Mexico

Agrifood 09-01-2018

Cheese is the beef as EU-Mexico trade talks resume

The EU and Mexico resumed talks Monday (8 January) aimed at sealing a new version of their 18-year-old trade deal, a project that has hit several snags – including the touchy issue of cheese.

Economy & Jobs 06-12-2017

Mexico sees EU trade deal by end of month

Mexico and the European Union are working to wrap up negotiations on a new version of their 17-year-old trade deal by the end of the month, the Mexican economy ministry said on Tuesday (5 December).

Economy & Jobs 13-11-2017

Mercosur and Mexico trade agreements: The quest for a sugar fix

There is intensive lobbying by European sugar beet growers against the prospect of widening of EU quotas for non-EU cane sugar as part of ongoing bilateral free trade negotiations. Yet it might only be a matter of time until the EU allows more import of cane sugar from outside the bloc.

Economy & Jobs 10-10-2017

Mexico, Mercosur deals at stake if not concluded in 2017, EU warns

If the EU fails to complete trade deals with Mexico and Mercosur by the end of this year, upcoming elections in Brazil and Mexico could complicate the conclusion of the agreements, EU negotiators warned on Monday (9 October).

Economy & Jobs 10-04-2017

‘Good progress’ in EU-Mexico trade talks

The European Union on Friday (7 April) concluded its latest round of trade negotiations with Mexico, focusing on sustainable development, transparency, services and investment. EURACTIV Spain reports.

Trade & Society 16-02-2017

Malmström: CETA done, Mexico and Mercosur next up

EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström told Euractiv Spain that the bloc's Canada deal (CETA) has "the highest standards" and confirmed Mexico and Mercosur are next on the negotiating agenda.

Global Europe 13-02-2017

Tajani: The ‘UK will always be a European country’

President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani (EPP) told Euractiv Spain that austerity policies must go hand-in-hand with growth and that the United Kingdom will not be "an enemy" of the EU after Brexit.

Trade & Society 01-02-2017

Trump’s ‘America First’ catalyses renewed EU-Mexico trade interest

The European Union and Mexico have scheduled two new rounds of trade talks in the first half of 2017, an acceleration of negotiations intended to deepen economic ties in the wake of Donald Trump's inauguration as US president.

Trade & Society 21-11-2016

APEC leaders vow to fight protectionism, look to China on trade

Pacific Rim leaders vowed yesterday (20 November) to fight protectionism and Chinese officials said more countries are looking to join a China-led trading bloc after Donald Trump's election victory raised fears the United States would scrap free trade deals.

Agrifood 17-10-2016

Hogan: Farmers have to seek ‘alternatives’ for post-Brexit world

European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan has warned Spanish farmers they will "have to find alternative markets" once the UK leaves the EU. The bloc has increased its budget for finding new market opportunities as a result. EURACTIV Spain reports.

Health 07-09-2016

Air pollutants strongly linked to Alzheimer’s

The chronic neurodegenerative disease Alzheimer's could be caused by particulate matter produced by exhaust fumes, power plants and agriculture, according to a new study. EURACTIV Germany reports.

Brexit 11-07-2016

Brexit casts doubts on EU-Mexico agreement

The Senate of the Republic of Mexico has warned that Brexit could delay the planned update of the Global Agreement between the Central American country and the EU. EURACTIV Spain reports.