FratiniVergano’s latest issue of Trade Perspectives© is published
- A busy EU trade agenda, but few tangible results in recent times
- New rules affecting imports and exports: Indonesia’s efforts to assure the availability of raw and auxiliary materials
- EU adopts stricter maximum levels for cadmium and lead in food
- Recently adopted EU legislation
Trade Perspectives© is available for full reading at the following link. With this fortnightly publication, we intend to regularly provide readers with a set of recent international trade developments of particular commercial and regulatory interest. Our focus is on those matters that are set to become contentious trade issues or which should be followed closely by traders, government officials, lawyers, consultants and all other concerned parties. Trade Perspectives© does not constitute legal advice and is not, therefore, intended to be relied on or to create any client/lawyer relationship. For new recipients to be added to our circulation list, please contact us at: TradePerspectives@FratiniVergano.eu or click here.