Zmiany w autonomicznej i traktatowej polityce handlowej Unii Europejskiej w XXI W. inicjatywy i działania polskiej prezydencji
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Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2012, nr 2, s. 51-73.
- polityka handlowa; Traktat lizboński; autonomiczna i traktatowa polityka handlowa; Powszechny System Preferencji Celnych GSP
In recent years, EU autonomous trade policy has not changed. In terms of the European Union’s treaty trade policy there is a tendency to create new networks of trade and economic relations not only with European countries, but also from other regions of the world, such as Asia, Latin America. The EU has still new association agreements, including the agreement on creation of free trade zones. More of them deep and comprehensive free trade areas, providing not only the abolition of customs duties and quantitative restrictions on trade between themselves, but also the introduction of other freedoms of the common market, particularly services and capital. Initiatives and activities during the Polish Presidency were seen mainly in the field of treaty trade policy. In terms of the South Council adopted a mandate for the European Commission to negotiate agreements DCFTA (Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement) with North African countries, namely Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia. In the area of the southern European countries should also be noted to lead to the adoption of autonomous trade preferences for the Western Balkans. During the Polish presidency has been closed the last stage of the accession process of Croatia. There has also been significant progress in the accession negotiations with Iceland. Steps were also taken in the field of trade negotiations on association agreements with other third countries, among others with Mercosur, with Central American countries, the agreement on free trade zone with India and Singapore.
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