Last Monday (22 June), the EU-China took place virtually. Even though both sides tried to play it fair, they agreed that the EU-China relations are more difficult than ever. Ursula von der Leyen, Président of the Commission, and Charles Michel, President of the European Council, met virtually with the 2 Chinese leaders. The event should have taken place in Chine this year but due to … Continuer de lire EU vs. Chine : more tense than ever
Depuis des décennies, l’UE et les Etats-Unis tentent d’établir une zone de libre-échange transatlantique. Ils n’y sont jamais parvenus. TTIP ou TAFTA, vous avez forcément entendu l’un de ces deux noms qui correspondent au partenariat commercial transatlantique. Le but ultime a toujours été de mettre en place une zone de libre-échange et un grand marché commun. L’hostilité amériaine Bon nombre d’entre nous en ont surtout … Continuer de lire Négociations US/UE : la France réticente
Yesterday, China has approved the removal of term limits for its leader. It effectively allows Xi Jinping to remain as president for president. The constitutional changes were passed by China’s annual sitting of the National People’s Congress on Sunday. A quiet change The vote was regarded widely as a rubber-stamping exercise : 2 delegates voted against the change, and 3 abstained… out of 2,924 … Continuer de lire China : constitutional changes. Good news ?
What kind of obstacles did the European Union and Canada have to face when it came to the signing of CETA ? In this article, Voix d’Europe endeavors to highlight Wallonia’s position on the free trade agreement. Find more information on the issue in the article written by Chloé Lourenço. On October 30th 2016, the EU-Canada trade deal, also known as the Comprehensive Economic and … Continuer de lire Throwback to Wallonia’s position on CETA