Today, the EU has requested the establishment of a panel at the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Turkey’s unlawful measures on the importation and sale of pharmaceuticals.
Switzerland was the EU’s 4th largest partner for imports (6% of total extra-EU imports) and the 3rd largest for EU exports (8% of total extra-EU exports) in 2018.
Today, the European Union and the United States delivered on a significant element of the Joint Statement agreed by Presidents Juncker and Trump in July 2018. The positive transatlantic trade agenda established in the Joint Statement includes a commitment from both sides to reduce barriers and increase trade in a range of sectors, including pharmaceuticals.
On 28 June 2019, the European Union and Mercosur member countries Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay concluded longstanding negotiations on a landmark trade agreement.
Mexico was the EU’s 11th largest partner for exports (2% of total extra-EU imports) and the 15th largest for EU imports (1% of total extra-EU exports) in 2018.