Deutscher Gewerkschaftsbund

05.04.2016
Statement

Statement of the DGB: Regarding the Updated Version of the EU Free Trade Agreement with Canada (CETA) After the Process of Legal Scrubbing

CETA: Despite Improvements Problems Remain

DGB-Statement: Regarding the Updated Version of the EU Free Trade Agreement with Canada (CETA) (PDF, 181 kB)

The trade agreement between the EU and Canada (CETA) is nearing the ratification process in the respective parliaments.The DGB does not oppose free trade in itself. Despite improvements, as a whole the CETA text does not yet meet the requirements for an agreement that is acceptable for the trade unions. Thus from the point of view of the DGB different aspects have to be renegotiated by the European Commission.


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