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december: central america - challenging 'global europe'
The European Union’s ‘Global Europe’ trade liberalizing agenda is driven by the EU’s anxiety to maintain competitiveness in relation to emerging economies such as China and India.
Located in Resources / / program highlights / international activities
European Transnationals Accused of Rights Violations in Latin America
Madrid, Spain, May 12, 2010 – On the eve of the May 18 Europe-Latin America and Caribbean Summit, Friends of the Earth International and other organizations will present cases of serious rights violations committed by European corporations in Latin America and promote alternatives to the food, climate and financial crisis.
Located in Media / Archive / 2010
File Global Europe: The tyranny of free trade the European way
Friends of the Earth International, December 2008: An analysis of the EU's 'Global Europe' strategy. This strategy is set out to support the profit of European corporations instead of people and the environment.
Located in Resources / / Publications by year / 2008
IIRSA: integration at risk
The initiative for the Regional Infrastructure Integration of South America.
Located in What we do / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / Latest news
Major Global Europe Conference
On 4 and 5 Dec 2008, over 170 people from more than 30 countries participated in highly inspiring debates on the Global Europe strategy.
Located in What we do / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / Latest news
non agricultural market access
Governments including Japan, Korea, Mexico and the United States are planning to use new World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations to dismantle a wide range of national laws protecting the environment, social well-being and health. Legislation covering food, fisheries, timber and petroleum production, energy efficiency, chemical testing, recycling and standards in the electronics and automobile industries have all been raised as potential barriers to trade under the Non- Agricultural Market Access (NAMA) negotiations.
Located in What we do / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / Latest news
The European Investment Bank
The European Investment Bank is a public bank that many have not heard of, though this is slowly changing. Each year the EIB lends far more than the better-known World Bank. The EIB finances projects in environmentally and socially sensitive areas like fossil fuels and transport, without the clear guidelines or standards used by other banks.
Located in What we do / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / Latest news
File The European Investment Bank: Invisible power in the European Union - factsheet 1
The EIB Campaign Coalition coordinated by CEE Bankwatch Network and Friends of the Earth International 2003: The European Investment Bank (EIB) is one of the largest existing international financing institutions, with project lending larger than that of the World Bank.
Located in Resources / / economic justice - resisting neoliberalism / ejrn-2000-2007