MEMO/14/542  26-09-2014 - EU-Canada agree deal to boost trade and investment 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 26 September 2014 The EU-Canada summit taking place today in Ottawa marks the end of the 5-year talks for a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Canada is one of the most advanced non-European countries with which the EU has ever negotiated a trade agreement.
IP/14/1045  24-09-2014 - EU-Canada Summit (Ottawa, 26 September 2014) 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 24 September 2014 The President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy and the European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso will travel to Ottawa on 26 September to represent the European Union at the 2014 EU-Canada summit, hosted by Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
MEMO/14/540  24-09-2014 - EU - Canada Summit Friday, 26 September in Ottawa 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 24 September 2014 The EU - Canada Summit will be held in Ottawa and Toronto on Friday 26 September, 2014. The EU will be represented by Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council, and by José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission.
SPEECH/14/603  16-09-2014 - Statement on CETA 
European Commission - European Commission [Check Against Delivery] Karel De Gucht European Commissioner for Trade Statement on CETA European Parliament plenary session Strasbourg, 16 September 2014 Mr Chairman/Madam Chair, Honourable Members of Parliament, After five years of intensive negotiations, the chief negotiators have finished their work to deliver a Comprehensive Economic and Trade...
STATEMENT/14/276  12-09-2014 - Joint Ministerial Statement on the Implementation of the EU-Ukraine AA/DCFTA 
European Commission - European Commission Statement Brussels, 12 September 2014 Today's meeting has been a follow-up to the trilateral ministerial meeting on 11 July 2014 in Brussels and the meeting at the highest political level that took place in Minsk on 26 August 2014.
IP/14/951  28-08-2014 - EU agrees rules to manage investor-state disputes 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 28 August 2014 The European Union today took an important step towards creating a comprehensive EU investment policy, with the publication of a Regulation setting out a new set of rules to manage disputes under the EU's investment agreements with its trading partners.
STATEMENT/14/258  27-08-2014 - Press Remarks of the EU representatives at Minsk meetings 
European Commission - European Commission Remarks Minsk, 26 August 2014 High Representative / Vice-President Ashton "Good evening everyone, This is not the final press conference because one of the most important aspects of today is the meeting that is now taking place between President Poroshenko and President Putin, something that we've facilitated during...
IP/14/943  22-08-2014 - EU welcomes WTO ruling against Argentinian measures on imports 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 22 August 2014 EU Trade Commissioner, Karel De Gucht, today welcomed a ruling by an independent panel at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) that certain conditions which Argentina introduced for firms wishing to import goods into the country break WTO law.
IP/14/912  07-08-2014 - WTO Appellate Body rules against Chinese restrictions on access to rare earths and other raw materials 
European Commission - European Commission Press release Brussels, 7 August 2014 The Appellate Body of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) today ruled in the EU’s favour. It confirmed the findings made by a Panel in March 2014 that China’s export restrictions on rare earth, as well as tungsten and molybdenum, are in breach...
MEMO/14/504  07-08-2014 - WTO Appellate Body confirms: China’s export restrictions on rare earths and other raw materials illegal 
European Commission - European Commission MEMO Brussels, 7 August 2014 The Appellate Body of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) today confirmed that China’s export duties and quotas imposed on rare earths, as well as tungsten and molybdenum, are incompatible with China’s WTO obligations.