European Commissioner for Trade, Karel De Gucht, has made an eleventh hour attempt to urge the European Parliament not to reject the terms of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreemnt (ACTA).
Appearing before the parliament’s trade committee on 20 June, he urged MEPs not to reject the controversial act, which has been sent to referral to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) at the request of the parliamentarians.
The trade committee is set to vote on ACTA on 21 June, but the main po...
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