The International Trade Committee will vote Thursday morning on its recommendation for the highly debated international trade treaty, Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA). The results of the vote are due to be put to plenary at the Parliament’s July vote.
A vote of rejection on 6 June by the European Parliament Development Committee made it the fourth committee to reject the proposal and suggest to the trade committee to do the same. The Legal Affairs Committee, Industry Commi...
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