The EU-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Campaign  initiated  in 2007 a research project that would examine the nature and scope of the EU-ASEAN Relations including the impact of the proposed EU-ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The project resulted in the publication in March 2009  of  the country-level studies that cover Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The publication also included  two articles  from Thailand that critique the EU- FTA’s proposed Chapter on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).

The country-level and thematic reports in the publication are intended to provide campaigners and trade justice advocates with  a broad overview and background information  on the extent of EU relations with particular ASEAN member countries. The reports outline the key areas of interests for both EU and ASEAN  that will likely be the key areas in the FTA negotiations. We hope that the reports will  contribute towards an informed public debate on the EU-ASEAN FTA not only across Asia and Europe , but in the global campaign for a fairer and more just trade system.

Included in the Information Package:

Thailand Case
Indonesian Case
Vietnam Case
Sectoral and Thematic Cases

Download the complete reports here