On 18 December 2012, the Commission issued a proposal outlining a new framework for “retaliatory” trade rules to achieve more effective enforcement of EU trade rights under its international trade policy. This proposal establishes a single framework to respond to foreign trade measures considered illegal by the EU under international trade rules with duty increases, import or export quotas or licensing, or public procurement restrictions. This proposal still has to be considered and co-decided by the Council and EP.
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Commission proposes new framework for “retaliatory” trade rules
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