Tag: European Parliament
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), was rejected by the European Parliament on Wednesday, and hence cannot become law in the EU.
European Parliament Clarifies Rules on How Customs Officials Confiscate, Store And Destroy Imports of Counterfeit Or Pirated Goods
Rules on how customs officials confiscate, store and destroy imports of counterfeit or pirated goods that infringe intellectual property rights were clarified by Parliament in a vote on Tuesday.
All new cars must be fitted by 2015 with eCall devices to alert the rescue services to road crashes automatically, using the 112 public emergency call system, say MEPs in a resolution adopted on Tuesday.
A provisional deal on the proposed energy efficiency directive was struck by MEPs and Council negotiators on Thursday, after months of negotiations.
The EU’s trade preference scheme for developing countries as of January 1 2014 was voted into law by MEPs on Wednesday.
MEPs criticize the recent decision of the High Court of Ukraine to postpone its ruling on the appeal by former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko against her seven-year prison sentence, in a resolution adopted on Thursday.
European Parliament Says the European Union Must Act Together to Tackle Unfair Competition From China And Restore Balanced Trade
Parliament says the European Union (EU) must act together to tackle unfair competition from China and restore balanced trade, in a resolution adopted on Wednesday.