Commission publishes its EU-Indonesia FTA negotiating proposals

The European Commission has revealed many of its aims for a bilateral EU-Indonesia trade agreement, which include broad recognition of EU agri-food ‘Geographical Indications’ (GIs) and reducing “unnecessary overlapping regulatory barriers to trade”.

The Commission has published nine initial proposals forthe prospective deal today (February 7), pointing to its “commitment for a moretransparent trade and investment policy”.


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