Competitiveness and Trade

Competitiveness and Trade
Position paper | 01 Oct.2008

EU Emissions Trading Scheme, competitiveness and carbon leakage

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Position paper | 03 Aug.2008

WTO DDA negotiations - CEPI supports the Canadian Government’s proposal for a sectoral agreement on forest products and calls for a wide participation of the main pulp & paper producing countries

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Position paper | 01 Jul.2008

Starch: CEPI supports the CAP Health Check but calls for a coherent approach towards access to raw materials supporting European industry’s competitiveness

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Position paper | 14 Jul.2007

Russian wood export restrictions - Access to raw materials is vital for European pulp & paper industry’s competitiveness

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Position paper | 01 Mar.2007

CEPI and EMCEF- European Renewable Energy Policies might impact on the Pulp and Paper industry’s competitiveness and jobs

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Publication | 09 Aug.2006

Competitiveness and Europe’s Pulp & Paper Industry: The State of Play

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Publication | 09 Aug.2006

Delivering Competitiveness and Sustainability

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Position paper | 10 Jan.2006

The European paper industry supports the European Commission in its efforts to create a better environment for companies to invest and create jobs in Europe

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Position paper | 01 Nov.2005

The Impact of EU Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) on Power Prices: Remedial action urgently needed 10 months after start of ETS

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Position paper | 21 Sep.2005

Using more paper is good for resource efficiency, renewable energy and European competitiveness

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Position paper | 01 Jun.2005

The WTO negotiations and the European Commission’s proposal on Environmental Goods

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Position paper | 01 Apr.2005

WTO negotiations - The European paper industry reaffirms support for free trade and fair competition

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Position paper | 01 Nov.2004

Power Intensive Industries call upon EU and national decisions makers to pay attention to the impact of higher electricity prices on their competitiveness.

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Position paper | 01 Jun.2004

WTO negotiations International paper producers reaffirm support for free trade

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