Analysis

New report examines EU-Mercosur deal

By Ken Wilcock
Updated August 3 2021 - 5:52am, first published 5:17am
MINOR EFFECT: The latest report suggests a refusal to ratify the EU-Mercosur Agreement would have little direct impact on deforestation rates in Brazil. Picture: Shutterstock

IT was just after the European Commission released its final Sustainability Impact Assessment and Position Paper (SIA) on the EU-Mercosur Trade Agreement on March 29 this year that this column last looked at where this 21-year marathon undertaking was up to and what lay ahead in the remaining task of signing the deal into existence through ratification by Member States.

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