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Pittella: ISDS is dead, EU-Canada trade deal must be reopened; EU, IMF add to the confusion ahead of Greek referendum ;...

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03-Jul-2015
 

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Pittella: ISDS is dead, EU-Canada trade deal must be reopened

The investor-state dispute settlement mechanism (ISDS) as we know it is dead and must be repolaced by a new public system, said Gianni Pittella, in an interview with EurActiv. That means that all other investment agreement must incorporate the change and the EU-Canada CETA must be reopened, he said.

EU, IMF add to the confusion ahead of Greek referendum

The EU and IMF issued warnings about the perilous state of Greece's finances yesterday (2 July), ahead of a referendum that will determine its future in the eurozone.

Emissions trades still at risk of fraud, EU auditors warn

Gaps remain in the regulatory oversight of the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS), despite efforts to bolster its security after high-profile cases of fraud, the European Court of Auditors has warned.

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Live: Grexit? The endgame

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British bankers call for review of EU financial services laws

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Oxfam Germany director: 'TTIP would intensify inequality in developing countries'

Developing countries will be among the biggest losers if the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is implemented, warns Marion Lieser, explaining what a socially and ecologically fair EU-US trade deal could look like.

Beyrer: No market access, no deal with China

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