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Justyna Bazylińska-Nagler

References Cases Case C-673/13 P Commission v Stichting Greenpeace Nederland and PAN Europe Cases C-404/12 P and C-405/12 P Council of the European Union and European Commission v Stichting Natuur en Milieu and Pesticide Action Network Europe Case 70/87 Fédération de l'industrie de l'huilerie de la CEE (Fediol) v Commission of the European Communities [1989] ECR-01781 Case C-69/89 Nakajima All Precision Co. Ltd v Council of the European Communities [1991] ECR I-02069

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Haydn Davies

European Commission, Question No. EFSA-Q-2012-00556, approved on 31 May 2012. by the European Food Safety Authority which reviewed the evidence on the effect of neonics on bee colonies. European Food Safety Authority, Statement on the Findings in Recent Studies Investigating Sub-lethal Effects in Bees of Some Neonicotinoids in Consideration of the Uses Currently Authorised in Europe , 10 EFSA J. 2752 (2012). The evidence suggested that although the normal use of these pesticides was not lethal to bees, there was some evidence that neonics residues have the effect of

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Christian Pitschas

, Report of the 13 th Round of Negotiations , supra note 64, at 9. Discussions on verification and certification procedures as well as the institutional aspects of the SPS chapter appear to be the least sensitive. European Commission, TTIP Advisory Group , supra note 78, at 4. 2 Sectoral Chapters The sector-specific section would comprise nine chapters on the following industries: (i) chemicals, (ii) cosmetics, (iii) engineering products, (iv) information and communication technologies, (v) medical devices, (vi) pesticides, (vii) pharmaceuticals, (viii