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We demand that the EU impose sanctions against China to force better laws for human rights and animal welfare - more info under Petition.
We demand that the EU imposes sanctions against China so that the Chinese government institute better laws to ensure human rights and that animal welfare laws are introduced at all levels.
We demand that animal ethics are introduced in the Chinese public school to curb the cruel tradition transmitted through generations and that the Chinese traditions and superstitions where animals are tortured and suffering on purpose - in fur and meat consumption and trade or other cruel situations and to stop all extinction of animals in other countries and in oceans, to be used in various superstitious cultural dishes - this must stop, and China must implement laws against this immediately.
As long as the Chinese government continues to allow this without laws to be followed - the EU must impose embargo on China as soon as possible to stop these grotesque acts.
We respect all people and groups in China who tirelessly fights for human and animal rights - we want to help in their work by introducing powerful political pressure.
INFO about trading:
The European Union and China are two of the biggest traders in the world. China is now the EU's 2nd trading partner behind the United States and the EU is China's biggest trading partner.
The EU is committed to open trading relations with China. However, the EU wants to ensure that China trades fairly, respects intellectual property rights and meets its WTO obligations.
At the 16th EU-China Summit held on 21 November 2013 both sides announced the launch of negotiations of a comprehensive EU-China Investment Agreement. The Agreement will provide for progressive liberalisation of investment and the elimination of restrictions for investors to each other's market. It will provide a simpler and more secure legal framework to investors of both sides by securing predictable long-term access to EU and Chinese markets respectively and providing for strong protection to investors and their investments. Source - European Commission
INFO about Embargo: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embargo
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