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Political concerns delay agreement on CETA

Press release | October 18, 2016 at 14:00

Luxembourg/Brussels – CETA, a controversial EU-Canada trade deal, has suffered another major political setback today, as EU ministers did not agree on its ratification at a meeting in Luxembourg. As the meeting got underway on Tuesday morning,...

Greenpeace calls on ministers to reject CETA and put people and planet first

Press release | October 18, 2016 at 8:00

Luxembourg/Brussels – As foreign affairs and trade ministers meet in Luxembourg to finalise their decision on the comprehensive economic and trade agreement with Canada (CETA), Greenpeace and other civil society organisations protested their...

Greenpeace comment on Walloon Parliament 'no' to CETA

Press release | October 14, 2016 at 13:51

Brussels – Commenting on the Wallonia Parliament’s vote opposing the signature of the comprehensive economic and trade agreement with Canada (CETA), the director of Greenpeace Belgium Vincent De Brouwer said:

Updated CETA declaration shows contempt for EU citizens and parliaments

Press release | October 11, 2016 at 15:00

Brussels – An updated version of the EU and Canada’s joint declaration on CETA fails to address fundamental problems with the trade deal, as the revision only concerns three minor changes, Greenpeace has said. Greenpeace has described the three...

The Commission's next home-made PR disaster

Blog entry by franziska achterberg | October 10, 2016

Despite Brexit and despite repeated talk of bringing Europe closer to its citizens, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is about to alienate Europeans further. He is planning to authorise three GM crops for cultivation in...

Leaked EU-Canada joint declaration has legal weight of a holiday brochure, Greenpeace

Press release | October 6, 2016 at 11:27

Brussels – Greenpeace has slammed a joint EU-Canadian declaration meant to reassure critics of a controversial trade deal between the two blocs. Greenpeace described the document as a PR exercise devoid of any legal content.

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