EU Investment Policy

Letter to members of the European Parliament : do not ratify the EU-Singapore investment agreement

Download the PDF version here “Dear Honourable Member of the European Parliament, We are writing to draw your attention to the upcoming plenary vote on the EU-Singapore investment deal (EUSIPA), on 12th February. We, over 50 organisations from Europe...
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European letter on the EU-Japan FTA to members of national parliaments

May 22, 2018 To Honorable Members of Parliament, We, the undersigned civil society organisations, hereby express our deep concern about the planned fast-tracking of the ratification of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement. JEFTA is the biggest trade agreement ever...
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Civil Society Statement – EU Trade and Investment Policy must be democratised

We, the undersigned civil society organisations call for a fundamental overhaul of the trade policy decision-making process for ongoing and future trade and investment agreements of the EU. Download the pdf version Modern trade agreements are increasing in scope,...
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A World Court for Corporations : new report exposes dangers of proposed Multilateral Investment Court

Berlin/Brussels/Geneva/Washington – A new report released today warns that the European Commission’s proposed Multilateral Investment Court (MIC) threatens to lock in an undemocratic investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) scheme that undermines national democratic authority and prioritizes corporate profits above all...
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Myths and risks of the EU-Myanmar Investment Protection Agreement

Download the policy brief Myths and risks of the EU-Myanmar Investment Protection Agreement is published by Transnational Institute, Paung Ku, KESAN, Myanmar Alliance for Transparency and Accountability (MATA), Land in Our Hands (LIOH) network, CIDSE, MISEREOR, Info Birmanie, Secours...
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Mexico and European civil society concerns and proposals about “modernisation” of the EU-Mexico global agreement

Find the Spanish version here The EU-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (which is part of the Global Agreement) entered into force 17 years ago. The existing free trade agreement allowed the EU to get 95% of goods and services liberalisation....
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