Multilateral Negotiations

International trade – a key driver for the engineering industry

Primary policies and Issues: 
Trade
Bilateral Negotiations
Multilateral Negotiations
Secondary policies and Issues: 

Multilateral Negotiations

 

What is it?

The European engineering industries are export-oriented and run a healthy trade surplus with other world economies overall. Orgalime is therefore in favour of pursuing all avenues for advancing free trade in engineering products, whether multinational, bilateral or regional. The current round of multilateral trade negotiations has been conducted within the Doha Development Agenda (DDA) round since 2001, under the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

 

WTO NAMA negotiation

Primary policies and Issues: 
Multilateral Negotiations

Engineering Industries demand an EU Trade Policy which focused on competitiveness, growth and jobs

Primary policies and Issues: 
Trade Defence Instruments
Secondary policies and Issues: 

WTO negotiations - Non-preferential rules of origin

Primary policies and Issues: 
Multilateral Negotiations

Non-Preferential Rules of Origin

Primary policies and Issues: 
Multilateral Negotiations

Accession of Russia to the WTO

Primary policies and Issues: 
Multilateral Negotiations
Secondary policies and Issues: 

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