Details of a written question to the EU Commission on the proposed Japan-EU trade deal, known as JEFTA, challenging the apparent imbalance around proposals to drop tariffs on cheese exports in return for lower tariffs on imported Japanese cars.
Molly writes for Business Green explaining why green businesses should be concerned by the direction of the debate on the Single Market.
Molly exposes a secretive new trade deal between the EU and Japan which would be the biggest ever free trade agreement signed by the EU.
This report explores the impact that the so-call ‘modernisation’ of the EU-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA) might have on corporate tax avoidance and illicit financial flows.
Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West of England, has today welcomed the European Parliament’s International Trade committee’s adoption of a new methodology for calculating anti-dumping duties saying that it illustrates the strength of the Single Market to protect our steel industry. The new agreement would make it possible to protect against dumping … Read moreStay within the Single Market to protect our steel industry says Green MEP
Molly has welcomed a landmark ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that will help shape the way future EU trade agreements are negotiated.
The people of Gibraltar, who voted 96% to Remain on an 85% turnout, are being dragged against their will into the Tories Brexit shambles says Molly.
As Theresa May triggers article 50, Molly has warned that Bristol and other cities in the South West face an exodus of those employed in finance and related sectors and that the majority of SMEs exporting to the EU believe the impact of leaving the single market will be ‘negative’ or ‘very negative’.
This report explores options for trade post-Brexit and concludes that a radical shift in economic policy, which reduces dependency on exports and makes the UK more self-sufficient, is the only chance there is of making Brexit successful.
Molly has said new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) should ‘ring alarm bells’ for business prospects post-Brexit.