OIL AND GAS COMPANIES WILL LOOK FOR BENEFITS IN EU-JAPAN TRADE DEALJuly 1st, 2017
OIL and gas companies trading between the European Union (EU) and Japan are likely to benefit from a new economic partnership agreement, which will fully liberalise trade in all industrial goods, including downstream products such as chemicals and plastics. The comprehensive deal - agreed in principle - also includes a chapter on international maritime transport services. Both sides agreed to maintain open and non-discriminatory access to each other’s shipping, ports and auxiliary services. *http://trade.ec.europa.eu/doclib/docs/2017/july/tradoc_155693.doc.pdf
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