Facing China, EU and India resume their trade talks

Discussions were postponed in 2013 due to the ignorance of the Government of India on key issues.

The European Union and India announced at a dedicated summit on Saturday that they would resume talks on a free trade agreement concluded in 2013. President of the European Council, Charles Michel, welcomed “Important new chapter“. Conversely, deliberation will focus on three main areas: trade therefore, but also the protection of investment and geographical signals. In addition, there is a plethora of topics ranging from student exchanges to air transport and of course health.

So, this is a really strong partnership that we are talking about. Proof of its importance, Twenty-Seven participated in this EU-India summit. Which was not the case in previous versions. At the end of the summit, the chairman of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, indicated that three talks – trade, investment and geographical indications – would be held in parallel. “We agreed

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