The EU is currently updating its anti-dumping law to counter unfair trade practices by third countries. "We need a better mechanism to protect jobs and our European industry against dumped and subsidised products.
Parliament will look into the state of the rule of law and democracy in Poland on Wednesday at 9.00 and vote on a resolution later in the afternoon.
"We need to protect our European industry. The jobs of hundreds of people are being endangered due to unfair trading practices.
Following the signature by both EU legislators, European Parliament and the Council, the EU’s additional trade concessions for Ukraine will be available as from 1 October 2017.
"There is now a real chance to heal the open wound in the EU on migration policy," said Manfred Weber MEP, Chairman of the EPP Group in the European Parliament, after today's ruling by the EU Court of Justice. "We expect all EU Member States to respect the ruling and implement it."
MEPs will discuss the latest developments in the EU Commission probe into the respect of the rule of law in Poland with Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans.