Trade agreements with Georgia and Moldova – take part in evaluation

Trade agreements with Georgia and Moldova – take part in evaluation

November 30, 2021

The European Commission invites citizens from Georgia and Moldova to take part in a public consultation on trade relations between these countries and the EU.

The evaluation will examine the costs and benefits of the EU’s ‘Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area Agreements’ with Georgia and Moldova. These are part of the Association Agreement each country has with the EU. 

The study will assess the impact these trade agreements have had on trade and the economy, society at large, workers, human rights and the environment in each country. It will also look at the impact on small businesses and consumers.

The consultation period will last until 10 January 2022.

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