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Public consultation on trade and development communication

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Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Public consultation on trade and development communication

The Public Consultation on the (future) Trade and Development Communication has been launched on 21 June 2011. To Participate in the Public Consultation, for more infomation and to access the Issue Paper please click here. As you know, the Commission attaches a great deal of importance to consulting social partners in the EU and abroad on new political initiatives. This online consultation will give a wide range of stakeholders the opportunity to submit their views and contribute to setting the agenda for European Trade and Development action in the coming years. The public consultation will build on the results of several other recent consultations, such as the public consultations for the Generalised System of Preferences (June 2010), the Future Trade Policy (August 2010), the Raw Materials Initiative (September 2010) and the Green Paper on EU development policy in support of inclusive growth and sustainable development (November 2010). Other public consultations on the Strategy for the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in third countries and on Corporate Social Responsibility are being organised at the same time. We count on your collaboration to spread information regarding the Public Consultation, notably to contacts based in Developing Countries. Our aim is to get half of the answers from outside Europe, as it was the case for the 2010 Consultation on the GSP revision. The Public Consultation will last 2 months. For the moment only the questionnaire in English is available, but the French and Spanish versions (most used European languages in DCs) will follow at the beginning of July. Please, do not hesitate to send any relevant comment or remark to this address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Source: European Commission