The European Commission has included in its Market Access Database detailed information on the rules that the UK would apply on its imports from the EU in the event of a hard Brexit. It is based on information made publicly available by the United Kingdom authorities.
In keeping with its commitments on transparency, the Commission has today published 18 EU initial textual proposals which set out the EU’s position in specific areas of the negotiations for a new, modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile.
The EU welcomes today’s ruling by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) Appellate Body, vindicating the EU’s long held position that the United States has taken no steps to comply with WTO rules on support to Boeing. The ruling concludes definitively that the US has continued to subsidise the company illegally despite previous rulings condemning this behaviour. This has caused significant harm to its European competitor Airbus.