FTA along with 14 other organisations signed a joint letter calling on WTO members to show commitment at the upcoming 11th Ministerial Conference.
FTA organised a seminar with leading chemical experts to address members needs in chemical management and provide new insights on the REACH regulation.
FTA issued a joint-statement urging the EU institutions and Member States, to take measured steps when going forward on the issue of trade and sustainable development in EU preferential trade agreements.
FTA signed a joint-statement that reiterates the need for the international community to focus its efforts on the implementation of the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
FTA attended a key stakeholder workshop organised by the UN Environment Programme to advocate for an innovative solution to trace chemicals in products in global supply chains.
FTA Director General Christian Ewert advocated for open and sustainable supply chains at this year’s World Trade Organisation’s Public Forum in Geneva.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker noted the high importance of trade policy for the EU and the promotion of standards in this year’s State of the Union address.
FTA is taking an active role in the debates concerning Trade and Sustainable Development (TSD) Chapters in EU’s free trade agreements. Read the highlights of our latest Trade Policy Round Table.
In late September, FTA will hold an FTA Forum in Lyon, France, tailored specifically for French-speaking members, to discuss major developments in trade, customs and corporate social responsibility.
The video encapsulates FTA’s stance on free trade and sustainable supply chains. It states that trade is a crucial ingredient for economic and social development across the globe.
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