European Union launches WTO cases on ICT and pharmaceuticals

Today, the EU has brought two disputes in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) against India and Turkey, respectively targeting unlawful import duties on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) products and unlawful measures on pharmaceuticals. In both cases, there are significant economic interests and important legal principles at stake for the EU. The total value of … Continue reading European Union launches WTO cases on ICT and pharmaceuticals

Greek Economy Growing While EU Undertakes Specific Support Measures on Refugee Crisis

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras spoke to journalists during a press conference following the European Council meeting in Brussels informing them on the final conclusions of the Summit and specific issues which are highly significant for Greece. Referring to the conclusions on migration and the refugee crisis, he underlined that "Greece is acting within the … Continue reading Greek Economy Growing While EU Undertakes Specific Support Measures on Refugee Crisis