Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) are trade and development agreements negotiated between the EU and African, Caribbean, and Pacific (ACP) countries and regions.
Import trade concessions are contained in the EPA for EU exporters of textile products to Japan, for example. As a result, these EU products have an important competitive advantage in Japanese markets.
As part of a series of webinars by the EU-Japan EPA Helpdesk, on 27 April at 10:30am a webinar will be held focussing on how EU textile exporters can benefit from EPA concessions when exporting to Japan.
The webinar will be targeted at EU companies seeking to export textile products to Japan by taking advantage of the trade advantages offered by the EPA.
- Expert's presentation
- SME testimonial (TBC)
- Q&A session
- Yvan Van Eesbeek - Consultant on International Trade Agreements
- Pauline Laloux - Business Support Coordinator, EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation
- EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, Brussels Office