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MALAYSIA - EU
Kuala Lumpur, farmers protest against EU palm oil ban
The EU intends to ban its use in biofuels by 2021 due to concerns about the environmental impact. Malaysia is the second largest producer in the world. Over 650,000 small farmers and more than 3.2 million Malaysians depend on the palm oil industry.
14/07/2005 CHINA EUROPEAN UNION
Barroso in Beijing to launch strategic partnership
Chinese Foreign Minister says the two sides will discuss removing EU ban on arms sales. For the Deputy Speaker of the European parliament, this represents another confusing act.
02/06/2017 12:56:00 CHINA-US-EU
Trump surrenders leadership to Beijing in fight for climate
The US president announced the withdrawal of his country from the Paris Accord, as it impoverishes and reduces millions of jobs. Li Keqiang promises compliance with the international agreement and rules. Beijing's interests. The "energy transition" is an opportunity to expand the market. China and Europe allied.
13/12/2005 HONG KONG - WTO
Clashes and protests at World Trade Organisation summit
Rich countries and developing countries are poles apart. The poor countries are calling for the elimination of protectionist policies and warn that their peasants are dying of hunger. There are thousands of protesters on the streets, and clashes with police.
06/09/2005 CHINA - EUROPEAN UNION
New textile deal reached between Beijing and Europe
18/12/2004 TURKEY - EUROPEAN UNION
Turkey-EU deal welcomed among ambiguities
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