european fair trade law

EU trade legislation - Consilium

On 20 December 2017, the new EU rules to help protect the European Union against unfair trade practices entered into force. They had been approved by the Council on 4 December 2017 following the endorsement from EU ambassadors on 11 October 2017.【Get Price】

Trade | European Union

Summaries of EU legislation on trade The EU actively engages with countries or regional groupings to negotiate trade agreements. These agreements grant mutually-beneficial access to the markets of both the EU and the countries concerned.【Get Price】

European Fair Trading Law: The Unfair Commercial Practices .

The Unfair Commercial Practices Directive is the most important directive in the field of trade practices to have emerged from the EC but it builds upon European activity which has sought to regulate trade practices on both a sectoral and horizontal level. It is an umbrella provision, which uses general clauses to protect consumers.【Get Price】

Directive on Unfair Trading Practices - Fair Trade Advocacy

After years of advocacy and campaigning by farmer and civil society organisations, the European Union adopted a piece of legislation to provide a minimum level of protection against Unfair Trading Practices in food supply chains (Unfair Trading Practices Directive) in February 2019. WHAT ARE OUR VIEWS?【Get Price】

EFTA - European Fair Trade Association

The European Fair Trade Association Established in 1987, Efta is a network of nine Fair Trade importers/retailers based in eight European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom).【Get Price】

International trade law - Wikipedia

International trade law is based on theories of economic liberalism developed in Europe and later the United States from the 18th century onwards. International Trade Law is an aggregate of legal rules of “international legislation” and new lex mercatoria, regulating relations in international trade.【Get Price】

fair trade | History, Criticism, & Facts | Britannica

Those objectives are often achieved by establishing direct trading relationships between small-scale producers in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and fair trade organizations (FTOs) in the United States and Europe, thereby eliminating intermediary buyers and sellers.【Get Price】

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