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Are you replying to this questionnaire to express your personal views as a citizen or private individual of the European Union or of another country, or on behalf of a body, organisation or association for which you work, or whose views you represent?([ID15])
What is your name if you are expressing your personal view?([ID18])
What is the name of your organisation?([ID396])
If you are replying on behalf of a body, organisation or association, is your organisation registered in the transparency register?([ID7])
If your organisation is registered in the transparency register, please provide the registration number:([ID19])
If you are replying on behalf of a body, organisation or association, what type of organisation is it?([ID6])
What type of enterprise?([ID395])
What type of business association?([ID431])
If “Other”, please specify activity:([ID22])
for enterprises: What is your organisation’s main area/sector of activity/interest? (More than one area/sector can be chosen.)([ID26])
If “other”, please specify:([ID109])
for business associations: What are the main areas/sectors of activity/interests of the members which you represent? (More than one area/sector can be chosen.)([ID23])
If “other”, please specify:([ID188])
What is your place of residence (for individuals)?([ID189])
Where are you located/resident for the purpose of business operations (for businesses)?([ID182])
If “other”, please specify:([ID195])
If your business/company is part of a corporate (or similar) group structure, where are the headquarters of that group structure located?([ID196])
If “other”, please specify:([ID202])
Are you involved in trade between the EU and Chile?([ID203])
Do you have cross-border investments in the EU or Chile?([ID210])
Please indicate the top export destinations of your company/business: (Tick more than one, if appropriate.)([ID217])
If “other”, please specify:([ID225])
Question 1. Do you consider that the current state of openness to trade between the EU and Chile is satisfactory? ([ID24])
Question 2. Are you aware of the existence of a free trade agreement (FTA) between the EU and Chile?([ID29])
Question 3. Has the EU-Chile FTA brought satisfying results for you or for your business?([ID33])
Question 4. Do you think that the existing EU-Chile FTA has achieved the following objectives?  : A growing and structured political and economic relationship between the EU and Chile ([ID41])
Question 4. Do you think that the existing EU-Chile FTA has achieved the following objectives?  : Enhanced dialogue and strengthened cooperation between the EU and Chile on matters of mutual interest ([ID42])
Question 4. Do you think that the existing EU-Chile FTA has achieved the following objectives?  : The expansion and diversification of trade between the EU and Chile ([ID43])
Question 4. Do you think that the existing EU-Chile FTA has achieved the following objectives?  : Liberalisation of trade in goods between the EU and Chile ([ID45])
Question 4. Do you think that the existing EU-Chile FTA has achieved the following objectives?  : The facilitation of trade in goods between the EU and Chile ([ID46])
Question 4. Do you think that the existing EU-Chile FTA has achieved the following objectives?  : Liberalisation of trade in services between the EU and Chile ([ID47])
Question 4. Do you think that the existing EU-Chile FTA has achieved the following objectives?  : Chile’s regulatory alignment with the EU’s trade policy ([ID48])
Question 5. Should the EU and Chile modernise the existing FTA in order to achieve a broader, more ambitious agreement?([ID25])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Market access in agriculture and fisheries ([ID52])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Trade in services ([ID53])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Investment ([ID54])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) ([ID55])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) ([ID56])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Intellectual property rights (including geographical indications) ([ID57])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Public procurement ([ID58])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Trade facilitation ([ID59])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Dispute settlement ([ID60])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Competition ([ID61])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Trade and sustainable development ([ID62])
Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile?  : Other ([ID63])
Please specify which are the other priorities for an ambitious modernisation([ID64])
Question 7. Do you consider that import tariffs (or similar measures) hinder trade between the EU and Chile? : Country/trade partner where the import tariffs (or similar measures) are applied: in the EU ([ID71])
Question 7. Do you consider that import tariffs (or similar measures) hinder trade between the EU and Chile? : Country/trade partner where the import tariffs (or similar measures) are applied: in Chile ([ID72])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which sectors/goods do you experience problems?([ID74])
Question 8. Do you consider that quantitative measures (for example, quotas or licensing) hinder trade between the EU and Chile? : Country/trade partner where the quantitative measures are applied: in the EU ([ID79])
Question 8. Do you consider that quantitative measures (for example, quotas or licensing) hinder trade between the EU and Chile? : Country/trade partner where the quantitative measures are applied: in Chile ([ID80])
Please provide additional information, if possible:([ID82])
Question 9. Do you consider that there are problems caused by rules of origin applied under the existing EU-Chile FTA?  : Country/trade partner where the rules of origin are applied: in the EU ([ID88])
Question 9. Do you consider that there are problems caused by rules of origin applied under the existing EU-Chile FTA?  : Country/trade partner where the rules of origin are applied: in Chile ([ID89])
How do you think the problems with rules of origin should be addressed? (More than one answer is possible)([ID32])
If “other”, please specify:([ID93])
Question 10. Do you consider that there are problems with current practice in customs procedures and border enforcement in relation to the existing EU-Chile FTA? : Country/trade partner where the customs procedures & border enforcement rules are applied: in the EU ([ID99])
Question 10. Do you consider that there are problems with current practice in customs procedures and border enforcement in relation to the existing EU-Chile FTA? : Country/trade partner where the customs procedures & border enforcement rules are applied: in Chile ([ID100])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Transparency/publication of and access to trade regulations ([ID106])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Documentary requirements / disproportionate administrative burden ([ID107])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Data requirements ([ID108])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Fees and charges imposed in connection with import or export ([ID110])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Pre-shipment inspections ([ID111])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Other inspections and controls during clearance ([ID112])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Obligation to go through a customs broker ([ID113])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Other customs procedures ([ID114])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Mutual recognition of authorised economic operators ([ID115])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Discriminatory treatment ([ID116])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Lack of uniformity in application of procedures ([ID117])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Customs valuation ([ID118])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Co-ordination between the different border agencies ([ID119])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Use or non-use of information technology ([ID120])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Application or non-application of relevant international standards ([ID121])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Procedures for legal recourse/appeal ([ID122])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems: (More than one answer is possible) : Other ([ID123])
If “other”, please specify:([ID124])
Question 11. What are the estimated additional costs for your business/organisation (eg, as a percentage of the value of exports) resulting from the application of customs procedures or of border enforcement procedures?([ID126])
Question 12. Do differences between EU and Chilean regulations or standards hinder trade activities?([ID128])
If you have answered “Yes”, please specify whether the hindrance arises from: : Divergent standards (this leads to Q13) ([ID136])
If you have answered “Yes”, please specify whether the hindrance arises from: : Technical regulations (this leads to Q13) ([ID137])
If you have answered “Yes”, please specify whether the hindrance arises from: : Conformity assessment procedures (including technical specifications, testing and certification) (this leads to Q13) ([ID138])
If you have answered “Yes”, please specify whether the hindrance arises from: : Sanitary or phytosanitary (SPS) related barriers (this leads to Q14) ([ID139])
If you have answered “Yes”, please specify whether the hindrance arises from: : Other (this leads to Q15) ([ID140])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Increase transparency ([ID145])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Promote good regulatory practice ([ID146])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Seek compatibility and convergence of technical regulations through the application of international standards ([ID147])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Streamline testing and certification requirements through the adoption of risk based conformity assessment procedures ([ID148])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Promotion of self-certification where possible and appropriate ([ID149])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Acceptance of test results ([ID150])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Promotion of the use of accreditation ([ID151])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Improve the dissemination of information between exporters and importers ([ID152])
Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible) Technical barriers to trade (TBTs) : Other TBTs ([ID153])
If “Other TBTs”, please specify:([ID154])
Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible) Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) : Increase transparency ([ID35])
Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible) Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) : Ensure that SPS measures applicable to trade are based on the WTO SPS Agreement, in matters such as risk analysis, equivalence, regionalisation, control, inspection, and approval procedures ([ID73])
Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible) Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) : Ensure that SPS measures applicable to trade are based on international standards (ie, harmonized with those of the international standard setting bodies: OIE (which coordinates, supports, and promotes animal disease control); IPPC (which protects the health of cultivated and wild plants): and Codex Alimentarius (which regulates food safety)) ([ID81])
Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible) Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) : Establish appropriate mechanisms to facilitate trade, such as: audits of the certification and inspection systems of competent authorities (including allocation of costs); import checks (including inspection fees); alternative and/or emergency measures. ([ID90])
Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible) Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) : Recognition of the EU as a single entity; the possibility for approval of establishments without prior audit or inspectionNew Text ([ID91])
Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible) Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) : Incorporate animal welfare aspects ([ID92])
Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible) Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) : Promotion of the use of accreditation ([ID101])
Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible) Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs) : Other SPSs ([ID105])
If “Other SPSs”, please specify:([ID125])
Question 15. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle other kinds of non-tariff measures? (More than one answer is possible). Other kinds of non-tariff measures : Address measures designed to protect, favour, or stimulate domestic operators at the expense of imported goods, services, or foreign-owned or foreign-developed intellectual property ([ID155])
Question 15. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle other kinds of non-tariff measures? (More than one answer is possible). Other kinds of non-tariff measures : Other kinds of non-tariff measures ([ID156])
If “Other kinds of non-tariff measures”, please specify:([ID158])
Question 16. Indicate how the non-tariff measures identified in Questions 13, 14, or 15 impact on your business or activity. If possible, estimate or quantify the costs for your business or activity (eg, as a percentage of the value of exports/imports).([ID159])
Question 17. Do you consider that there are barriers to trade in services between the EU and Chile? : Country/trade partner where the barriers to trade in services are raised: in the EU ([ID164])
Question 17. Do you consider that there are barriers to trade in services between the EU and Chile? : Country/trade partner where the barriers to trade in services are raised: in Chile ([ID165])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : They discriminate in favour of domestic service providers ([ID171])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : They discriminate in favour of other 3rd country service providers ([ID172])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : They discriminate against cross-border service provision ([ID173])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : They affect your ability to establish a physical presence ([ID174])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : They require you to supply services through/with local participation ([ID175])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : They limit the freedom of movement of persons ([ID176])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : They require a certain number of local personnel in the total number of persons employed ([ID177])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : They affect the price of the services you provide ([ID178])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible) Barriers to trade in services : Other effects/impacts ([ID179])
If “Other effects/impacts”, please specify:([ID180])
Question 18. Indicate how the barriers to trade in services identified in Question 17 impact on your business or activity. If possible, estimate or quantify the costs for your business or activity (eg, as a percentage of the value of exports/imports).([ID181])
Question 19. Do you consider that there are barriers to flows of direct investment (such as equity caps, screening, licensing procedures, etc.) between the EU and Chile? : Country/trade partner where the barriers to direct investment flows are raised: in the EU ([ID190])
Question 19. Do you consider that there are barriers to flows of direct investment (such as equity caps, screening, licensing procedures, etc.) between the EU and Chile? : Country/trade partner where the barriers to direct investment flows are raised: in Chile ([ID191])
Question 20. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 19, please describe the barriers, their impacts and (if relevant) your estimate of the additional costs which they impose:([ID193])
Question 21. Do you consider that there are problems relating to investment protection in the EU and/or Chile? : Country/trade partner where the investment protection problems occur: in the EU ([ID204])
Question 21. Do you consider that there are problems relating to investment protection in the EU and/or Chile? : Country/trade partner where the investment protection problems occur: in Chile ([ID205])
Question 22. Do you consider that there are problems relating to discriminatory treatment of investors/investment in the EU and/or Chile? : Country/trade partner where the problems of discriminatory treatment of investors occur: in the EU ([ID212])
Question 22. Do you consider that there are problems relating to discriminatory treatment of investors/investment in the EU and/or Chile? : Country/trade partner where the problems of discriminatory treatment of investors occur: in Chile ([ID213])
Question 23. Do you consider that in the EU and/or Chile, investors from other jurisdictions receive preferential treatment? : Country/trade partner where preferential treatment is given to investors from other jurisdictions: in the EU ([ID219])
Question 23. Do you consider that in the EU and/or Chile, investors from other jurisdictions receive preferential treatment? : Country/trade partner where preferential treatment is given to investors from other jurisdictions: in Chile ([ID220])
Question 24. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Questions 21, 22, or 23, have you been able to successfully deal with these problems following contact with the authorities (for example, through legal/administrative proceedings presented to the competent legal jurisdiction)? : Country/trade partner where the problems were successfully resolved: in the EU ([ID227])
Question 24. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Questions 21, 22, or 23, have you been able to successfully deal with these problems following contact with the authorities (for example, through legal/administrative proceedings presented to the competent legal jurisdiction)? : Country/trade partner where the problems were successfully resolved: in Chile ([ID228])
Question 25. Do you consider that there are problems with the protection and enforcement of IPRs in either the EU or Chile? : Country/trade partner where the problems occur: in the EU ([ID234])
Question 25. Do you consider that there are problems with the protection and enforcement of IPRs in either the EU or Chile? : Country/trade partner where the problems occur: in Chile ([ID235])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Copyright and related rights ([ID239])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Trademarks ([ID240])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Geographical indications ([ID241])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Designs ([ID242])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Patents ([ID243])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Digital environment ([ID244])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Regulatory data protection ([ID245])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Plant variety ([ID246])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Border measures ([ID247])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Enforcement ([ID248])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible) : Other IPR issues ([ID249])
If “Other IPR issues”, please specify:([ID250])
Question 26. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 25, please describe the problems related to IPRs which you have encountered, their impact, and (if available) your estimate of the additional costs which they impose:([ID251])
Question 27. Do you consider that there are difficulties for companies from Chile to access public procurement in the EU, or for companies from the EU to access public procurement in Chile? : Country/trade partner where the difficulties over public procurement occur: in the EU ([ID257])
Question 27. Do you consider that there are difficulties for companies from Chile to access public procurement in the EU, or for companies from the EU to access public procurement in Chile? : Country/trade partner where the difficulties over public procurement occur: in Chile ([ID258])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Lack of transparency on procurement opportunities (for example, information on public procurement contracts is not easily accessible) ([ID262])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Lack of clarity of the applicable rules, and/or of the applicable procedures ([ID263])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Lack of clarity of the technical specifications/technical specification inappropriately vague ([ID264])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Discrimination in technical specifications ([ID265])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Local content requirements (requirement to include local goods/services, or to subcontract locally) ([ID266])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Preferential regime for domestic/local suppliers ([ID267])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Sub-central (state/regional/local) level access to public procurement ([ID268])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Lack of access to state owned enterprises/public undertakings ([ID269])
If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible) : Other discriminatory practices ([ID270])
If “Other discriminatory practices”, please specify:([ID273])
Question 28. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 27, please describe the public procurement barriers which you have encountered, their impact, and (if available) your estimate of the additional costs which they impose:([ID274])
Question 29. Do you consider that the regulatory framework ensures fair competition in the EU and in Chile? : In the EU ([ID280])
Question 29. Do you consider that the regulatory framework ensures fair competition in the EU and in Chile? : In Chile ([ID281])
If you have answered “No” at least once, please specify which of the following situations you have encountered:  (More than one answer is possible) : Cartels ([ID285])
If you have answered “No” at least once, please specify which of the following situations you have encountered:  (More than one answer is possible) : Abuse of a dominant position ([ID286])
If you have answered “No” at least once, please specify which of the following situations you have encountered:  (More than one answer is possible) : Vertical or horizontal restrictions of competition ([ID287])
If you have answered “No” at least once, please specify which of the following situations you have encountered:  (More than one answer is possible) : State aid ([ID288])
If you have answered “No” at least once, please specify which of the following situations you have encountered:  (More than one answer is possible) : State-owned enterprises ([ID289])
If you have answered “No” at least once, please specify which of the following situations you have encountered:  (More than one answer is possible) : Enterprises granted special or exclusive rights or privileges ([ID290])
If you have answered “No” at least once, please specify which of the following situations you have encountered:  (More than one answer is possible) : Other competition policy issues ([ID291])
If “Other competition policy issues”, please specify:([ID294])
Question 30. If you have answered “No” at least once in Question 29, please describe the barriers relating to competition policy which you have encountered, their impact, and (if available) your estimate of the additional costs which they impose:([ID295])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Tariff barriers ([ID301])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Rules of origin ([ID302])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Customs procedures ([ID303])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Technical barriers to trade ([ID304])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Services ([ID305])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Establishment of companies ([ID306])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Intellectual property ([ID307])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Public procurement ([ID308])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Dispute settlement ([ID309])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Competition policy ([ID310])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : Other ([ID311])
Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible) Trade or trade-related policies for… : No opinion ([ID312])
If “Other”, please specify:([ID314])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : Greater output/employment due to higher exports ([ID206])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : Cheaper production costs through cheaper imports ([ID271])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : Convergence of standards will facilitate trade with other countries ([ID272])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : Technology transfer ([ID292])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : Possibility to move from lower to higher value added products/services ([ID293])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : Lower costs for import requirements (eg, testing, inspections, formalities) ([ID300])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : Increased business cooperation between SMEs ([ID315])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : Other benefits ([ID316])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : None ([ID317])
Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible) : No opinion ([ID318])
If “Other benefits”, please specify what they are:([ID322])
Question 33. In your opinion, could there be an impact on consumers from a reduction of barriers to trade between the EU and Chile? : In the EU ([ID328])
Question 33. In your opinion, could there be an impact on consumers from a reduction of barriers to trade between the EU and Chile? : In Chile ([ID329])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Prices of goods or services for end-users ([ID333])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Choice/availability of goods or services for consumers ([ID334])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Quality of goods or services available to consumers ([ID335])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Safety of goods or services available to consumers ([ID336])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Information available to consumers ([ID337])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Protection and enforcement of consumer rights ([ID338])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Trust of consumers in enforcement and redress mechanisms ([ID339])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Sustainability of goods or services available to consumers ([ID340])
Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately: For consumers in the EU: : Vulnerable consumers ([ID341])
For consumers in Chile: : Prices of goods or services for end-users ([ID350])
For consumers in Chile: : Choice/availability of goods or services for consumers ([ID351])
For consumers in Chile: : Quality of goods or services available to consumers ([ID352])
For consumers in Chile: : Safety of goods or services available to consumers ([ID353])
For consumers in Chile: : Information available to consumers ([ID354])
For consumers in Chile: : Protection and enforcement of consumer rights ([ID355])
For consumers in Chile: : Trust of consumers in enforcement and redress mechanisms ([ID356])
For consumers in Chile: : Sustainability of goods or services available to consumers ([ID357])
For consumers in Chile: : Vulnerable consumers ([ID358])
Add further comments, if any, on the overall impact of a modernized EU-Chile FTA for consumers in the EU and/or Chile:([ID359])
Question 35. In your opinion, could there be an impact on social issues (including on labour or human rights or on gender related issues) from the reduction of barriers to trade and investment between the EU and Chile? : In the EU (leads to Q36, Q38 and Q39) ([ID362])
Question 35. In your opinion, could there be an impact on social issues (including on labour or human rights or on gender related issues) from the reduction of barriers to trade and investment between the EU and Chile? : In Chile (leads to Q37, Q38 and Q39) ([ID363])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Employment (number of jobs) ([ID369])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Employment (quality of jobs) ([ID370])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Wages ([ID371])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Household incomes ([ID372])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Transition from informal to formal employment ([ID373])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Core labour standards: freedom of association and effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining ([ID374])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Core labour standards: the elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour ([ID375])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Core labour standards: the effective abolition of child labour ([ID376])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Core labour standards: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation ([ID377])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Social protection ([ID378])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Social dialogue ([ID379])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Poverty reduction ([ID380])
Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Gender-related issues ([ID476])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to work ([ID386])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to enjoyment of just and favourable conditions of work ([ID387])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to social security, including social insurance ([ID388])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to an adequate standard of living ([ID389])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Availability of essential goods or services (including, as a minimum: water; essential foodstuffs; clothing; essential primary healthcare; basic shelter and housing; and the most basic forms of education) ([ID390])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Affordability of essential goods or services ([ID391])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health ([ID392])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to education ([ID393])
For the EU: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Rights of indigenous peoples ([ID394])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Employment (number of jobs) ([ID403])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Employment (quality of jobs) ([ID404])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Wages ([ID405])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Household incomes ([ID406])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Transition from informal to formal employment ([ID407])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Core labour standards: freedom of association and effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining ([ID408])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Core labour standards: the elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour ([ID409])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Core labour standards: the effective abolition of child labour ([ID410])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Core labour standards: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation ([ID411])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Social protection ([ID412])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Social dialogue ([ID413])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Poverty reduction ([ID414])
Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: (a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS : Gender-related issues ([ID477])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to work ([ID420])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to enjoyment of just and favourable conditions of work ([ID421])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to social security, including social insurance ([ID422])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to an adequate standard of living ([ID423])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Availability of essential goods or services (including, as a minimum: water; essential foodstuffs; clothing; essential primary healthcare; basic shelter and housing; and the most basic forms of education) ([ID424])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Affordability of essential goods or services ([ID425])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health ([ID426])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Right to education ([ID427])
For Chile: (b) HUMAN RIGHTS : Rights of indigenous peoples ([ID428])
Question 38. Please add further comments, if any, on the overall social impact – in the EU and/or in Chile – of a proposed modernisation of the EU-Chile FTA:([ID432])
Question 39. Please add further comments, if any, on the overall impact on human rights – in the EU and/or in Chile – of a proposed modernisation of the EU-Chile FTA:([ID433])
Question 40. In your opinion, could there be an environmental impact from the reduction of barriers to trade and investment between the EU and Chile? : In the EU (leads to Q41 and Q43) ([ID438])
Question 40. In your opinion, could there be an environmental impact from the reduction of barriers to trade and investment between the EU and Chile? : In Chile (leads to Q42 and Q43) ([ID439])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Air pollution (emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG), of carbon dioxide (CO2), of sulphur oxides (SOx), of nitrogen oxides (NOx), and of particulates) ([ID445])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Waste ([ID446])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Energy use and mix ([ID447])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Transport ([ID448])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Water resources ([ID449])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Biological diversity (biodiversity) ([ID450])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Agricultural fertilisers, land use, soil, and livestock ([ID451])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Forests / forest resources ([ID452])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Fisheries / fish resources ([ID453])
Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU: For the EU: Environmental issues : Greening of the economy ([ID457])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Air pollution (emission of greenhouse gases (GHG), of carbon dioxide (CO2), of sulphur oxides (SOx), of nitrogen oxides (NOx), and of particulates) ([ID463])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Waste ([ID464])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Energy use and mix ([ID465])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Transport ([ID466])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Water resources ([ID467])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Biological diversity (biodiversity) ([ID468])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Agricultural fertilisers, land use, soil, and livestock ([ID469])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Forests / forest resources ([ID470])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Fisheries / fish resources ([ID471])
Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile: For Chile: Environmental issues : Greening of the economy ([ID472])
Question 43. Please add further comments, if any, on the overall environmental impact – in the EU and/or in Chile – of a proposed modernisation of the EU-Chile FTA:([ID473])
Question 44. Do you consider that the EU and Chile should co-operate further in order to promote adherence to internationally agreed principles, rights, and agreements on labour and the environment?([ID474])
Question 45. Do you think that a revised trade agreement between the EU and Chile should include specific provisions on energy and raw materials (for example, measures aimed at increasing transparency, ensuring non-discrimination and limiting anti-competitive practices)?([ID479])
Question 46. Do you think that a revised trade agreement between the EU and Chile should include specific provisions on improving future regulatory coherence (for example, measures providing for cross-cutting disciplines in order to develop and implement more efficient and more compatible regulations)?([ID480])
Question 47. If there are any other issues that you would like to address in the context of trade and economic relations between the EU and Chile, please mention them below. These can include issues which have not been mentioned in the questionnaire:([ID481])
Question 48. Can the European Commission contact the respondent if further details are required?([ID482])
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Please, indicate your preference:

Are you replying to this questionnaire to express your personal views as a citizen or private individual of the European Union or of another country, or on behalf of a body, organisation or association for which you work, or whose views you represent?

What is your name if you are expressing your personal view?

What is the name of your organisation?

If you are replying on behalf of a body, organisation or association, is your organisation registered in the transparency register?

If your organisation is registered in the transparency register, please provide the registration number:

If you are replying on behalf of a body, organisation or association, what type of organisation is it?

What type of enterprise?

What type of business association?

If “Other”, please specify activity:

for enterprises:

What is your organisation’s main area/sector of activity/interest?

(More than one area/sector can be chosen.)

If “other”, please specify:

for business associations:

What are the main areas/sectors of activity/interests of the members which you represent?

(More than one area/sector can be chosen.)

If “other”, please specify:

What is your place of residence (for individuals)?

Where are you located/resident for the purpose of business operations (for businesses)?

If “other”, please specify:

If your business/company is part of a corporate (or similar) group structure, where are the headquarters of that group structure located?

If “other”, please specify:

Are you involved in trade between the EU and Chile?

Do you have cross-border investments in the EU or Chile?

Please indicate the top export destinations of your company/business:

(Tick more than one, if appropriate.)

If “other”, please specify:

Question 1. Do you consider that the current state of openness to trade between the EU and Chile is satisfactory? 

Question 2. Are you aware of the existence of a free trade agreement (FTA) between the EU and Chile?
Question 3. Has the EU-Chile FTA brought satisfying results for you or for your business?

Question 4. Do you think that the existing EU-Chile FTA has achieved the following objectives? 

A growing and structured political and economic relationship between the EU and Chile

Enhanced dialogue and strengthened cooperation between the EU and Chile on matters of mutual interest

The expansion and diversification of trade between the EU and Chile

Liberalisation of trade in goods between the EU and Chile

The facilitation of trade in goods between the EU and Chile

Liberalisation of trade in services between the EU and Chile

Chile’s regulatory alignment with the EU’s trade policy

Question 5. Should the EU and Chile modernise the existing FTA in order to achieve a broader, more ambitious agreement?

Question 6. What should be the priorities for an ambitious modernisation of the present trade relationship between the EU and Chile? 

Market access in agriculture and fisheries

Trade in services

Investment

Technical barriers to trade (TBTs)

Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs)

Intellectual property rights (including geographical indications)

Public procurement

Trade facilitation

Dispute settlement

Competition

Trade and sustainable development

Other

Please specify which are the other priorities for an ambitious modernisation

Question 7. Do you consider that import tariffs (or similar measures) hinder trade between the EU and Chile?

Country/trade partner where the import tariffs (or similar measures) are applied: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the import tariffs (or similar measures) are applied: in Chile

If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which sectors/goods do you experience problems?

Question 8. Do you consider that quantitative measures (for example, quotas or licensing) hinder trade between the EU and Chile?

Country/trade partner where the quantitative measures are applied: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the quantitative measures are applied: in Chile

Please provide additional information, if possible:

Question 9. Do you consider that there are problems caused by rules of origin applied under the existing EU-Chile FTA? 

Country/trade partner where the rules of origin are applied: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the rules of origin are applied: in Chile

How do you think the problems with rules of origin should be addressed? (More than one answer is possible)

If “other”, please specify:

Question 10. Do you consider that there are problems with current practice in customs procedures and border enforcement in relation to the existing EU-Chile FTA?

Country/trade partner where the customs procedures & border enforcement rules are applied: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the customs procedures & border enforcement rules are applied: in Chile

If you have answered “Yes” at least once, in which of these areas do you experience problems:
(More than one answer is possible)

Transparency/publication of and access to trade regulations

Documentary requirements / disproportionate administrative burden

Data requirements

Fees and charges imposed in connection with import or export

Pre-shipment inspections

Other inspections and controls during clearance

Obligation to go through a customs broker

Other customs procedures

Mutual recognition of authorised economic operators

Discriminatory treatment

Lack of uniformity in application of procedures

Customs valuation

Co-ordination between the different border agencies

Use or non-use of information technology

Application or non-application of relevant international standards

Procedures for legal recourse/appeal

Other

If “other”, please specify:

Question 11. What are the estimated additional costs for your business/organisation (eg, as a percentage of the value of exports) resulting from the application of customs procedures or of border enforcement procedures?
Question 12. Do differences between EU and Chilean regulations or standards hinder trade activities?

If you have answered “Yes”, please specify whether the hindrance arises from:

Divergent standards (this leads to Q13)

Technical regulations (this leads to Q13)

Conformity assessment procedures (including technical specifications, testing and certification) (this leads to Q13)

Sanitary or phytosanitary (SPS) related barriers (this leads to Q14)

Other (this leads to Q15)

Question 13. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle technical barriers to trade? (More than one answer is possible)

Technical barriers to trade (TBTs)

Increase transparency

Promote good regulatory practice

Seek compatibility and convergence of technical regulations through the application of international standards

Streamline testing and certification requirements through the adoption of risk based conformity assessment procedures

Promotion of self-certification where possible and appropriate

Acceptance of test results

Promotion of the use of accreditation

Improve the dissemination of information between exporters and importers

Other TBTs

If “Other TBTs”, please specify:

Question 14. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle sanitary and phytosanitary measures? (More than one answer is possible)

Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPSs)

Increase transparency

Ensure that SPS measures applicable to trade are based on the WTO SPS Agreement, in matters such as risk analysis, equivalence, regionalisation, control, inspection, and approval procedures

Ensure that SPS measures applicable to trade are based on international standards (ie, harmonized with those of the international standard setting bodies: OIE (which coordinates, supports, and promotes animal disease control); IPPC (which protects the health of cultivated and wild plants): and Codex Alimentarius (which regulates food safety))

Establish appropriate mechanisms to facilitate trade, such as: audits of the certification and inspection systems of competent authorities (including allocation of costs); import checks (including inspection fees); alternative and/or emergency measures.

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Incorporate animal welfare aspects

Promotion of the use of accreditation

Other SPSs

If “Other SPSs”, please specify:

Question 15. In a modernised trade agreement between the EU and Chile, which issues should be addressed in order to tackle other kinds of non-tariff measures? (More than one answer is possible).

Other kinds of non-tariff measures

Address measures designed to protect, favour, or stimulate domestic operators at the expense of imported goods, services, or foreign-owned or foreign-developed intellectual property

Other kinds of non-tariff measures

If “Other kinds of non-tariff measures”, please specify:

Question 16. Indicate how the non-tariff measures identified in Questions 13, 14, or 15 impact on your business or activity. If possible, estimate or quantify the costs for your business or activity (eg, as a percentage of the value of exports/imports).

Question 17. Do you consider that there are barriers to trade in services between the EU and Chile?

Country/trade partner where the barriers to trade in services are raised: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the barriers to trade in services are raised: in Chile

If you have answered “Yes” at least once, what are the effects/impacts of these barriers to trade in services? (More than one answer is possible)

Barriers to trade in services

They discriminate in favour of domestic service providers

They discriminate in favour of other 3rd country service providers

They discriminate against cross-border service provision

They affect your ability to establish a physical presence

They require you to supply services through/with local participation

They limit the freedom of movement of persons

They require a certain number of local personnel in the total number of persons employed

They affect the price of the services you provide

Other effects/impacts

If “Other effects/impacts”, please specify:

Question 18. Indicate how the barriers to trade in services identified in Question 17 impact on your business or activity. If possible, estimate or quantify the costs for your business or activity (eg, as a percentage of the value of exports/imports).

Question 19. Do you consider that there are barriers to flows of direct investment (such as equity caps, screening, licensing procedures, etc.) between the EU and Chile?

Country/trade partner where the barriers to direct investment flows are raised: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the barriers to direct investment flows are raised: in Chile

Question 20. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 19, please describe the barriers, their impacts and (if relevant) your estimate of the additional costs which they impose:

Question 21. Do you consider that there are problems relating to investment protection in the EU and/or Chile?

Country/trade partner where the investment protection problems occur: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the investment protection problems occur: in Chile

Question 22. Do you consider that there are problems relating to discriminatory treatment of investors/investment in the EU and/or Chile?

Country/trade partner where the problems of discriminatory treatment of investors occur: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the problems of discriminatory treatment of investors occur: in Chile

Question 23. Do you consider that in the EU and/or Chile, investors from other jurisdictions receive preferential treatment?


Country/trade partner where preferential treatment is given to investors from other jurisdictions: in the EU

Country/trade partner where preferential treatment is given to investors from other jurisdictions: in Chile

Question 24. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Questions 21, 22, or 23, have you been able to successfully deal with these problems following contact with the authorities (for example, through legal/administrative proceedings presented to the competent legal jurisdiction)?

Country/trade partner where the problems were successfully resolved: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the problems were successfully resolved: in Chile

Question 25. Do you consider that there are problems with the protection and enforcement of IPRs in either the EU or Chile?

Country/trade partner where the problems occur: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the problems occur: in Chile

If you have answered “Yes” at least once, which specific areas or issues should be addressed in a modernised FTA? (More than one answer is possible)

Copyright and related rights

Trademarks

Geographical indications

Designs

Patents

Digital environment

Regulatory data protection

Plant variety

Border measures

Enforcement

Other IPR issues

If “Other IPR issues”, please specify:

Question 26. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 25, please describe the problems related to IPRs which you have encountered, their impact, and (if available) your estimate of the additional costs which they impose:

Question 27. Do you consider that there are difficulties for companies from Chile to access public procurement in the EU, or for companies from the EU to access public procurement in Chile?

Country/trade partner where the difficulties over public procurement occur: in the EU

Country/trade partner where the difficulties over public procurement occur: in Chile

If you have answered “Yes” at least once, please specify the types of difficulties encountered: (More than one answer is possible)

Lack of transparency on procurement opportunities (for example, information on public procurement contracts is not easily accessible)

Lack of clarity of the applicable rules, and/or of the applicable procedures

Lack of clarity of the technical specifications/technical specification inappropriately vague

Discrimination in technical specifications

Local content requirements (requirement to include local goods/services, or to subcontract locally)

Preferential regime for domestic/local suppliers

Sub-central (state/regional/local) level access to public procurement

Lack of access to state owned enterprises/public undertakings

Other discriminatory practices

If “Other discriminatory practices”, please specify:

Question 28. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 27, please describe the public procurement barriers which you have encountered, their impact, and (if available) your estimate of the additional costs which they impose:

Question 29. Do you consider that the regulatory framework ensures fair competition in the EU and in Chile?

In the EU

In Chile

If you have answered “No” at least once, please specify which of the following situations you have encountered:

 (More than one answer is possible)

Cartels

Abuse of a dominant position

Vertical or horizontal restrictions of competition

State aid

State-owned enterprises

Enterprises granted special or exclusive rights or privileges

Other competition policy issues

If “Other competition policy issues”, please specify:

Question 30. If you have answered “No” at least once in Question 29, please describe the barriers relating to competition policy which you have encountered, their impact, and (if available) your estimate of the additional costs which they impose:

Question 31. Which aspects of trading (exporting or importing) between the EU and Chile pose particular challenges for SMEs in the EU or Chile? (More than one answer is possible)

Trade or trade-related policies for…

Tariff barriers

Rules of origin

Customs procedures

Technical barriers to trade

Services

Establishment of companies

Intellectual property

Public procurement

Dispute settlement

Competition policy

Other

No opinion

If “Other”, please specify:

Question 32. What potential benefits should a modernisation of the existing EU-Chile FTA bring to SMEs? (More than one answer is possible)

Greater output/employment due to higher exports

Cheaper production costs through cheaper imports

Convergence of standards will facilitate trade with other countries

Technology transfer

Possibility to move from lower to higher value added products/services

Lower costs for import requirements (eg, testing, inspections, formalities)

Increased business cooperation between SMEs

Other benefits

None

No opinion

If “Other benefits”, please specify what they are:

Question 33. In your opinion, could there be an impact on consumers from a reduction of barriers to trade between the EU and Chile?

In the EU

In Chile

Question 34. If you have answered “Yes” at least once in Question 33, what would be the impact for consumers – positive or negative – of further liberalisation of trade between the EU and Chile? Please answer this for the EU and for Chile separately:

For consumers in the EU:

Prices of goods or services for end-users

Choice/availability of goods or services for consumers

Quality of goods or services available to consumers

Safety of goods or services available to consumers

Information available to consumers

Protection and enforcement of consumer rights

Trust of consumers in enforcement and redress mechanisms

Sustainability of goods or services available to consumers

Vulnerable consumers

For consumers in Chile:

Prices of goods or services for end-users

Choice/availability of goods or services for consumers

Quality of goods or services available to consumers

Safety of goods or services available to consumers

Information available to consumers

Protection and enforcement of consumer rights

Trust of consumers in enforcement and redress mechanisms

Sustainability of goods or services available to consumers

Vulnerable consumers

Add further comments, if any, on the overall impact of a modernized EU-Chile FTA for consumers in the EU and/or Chile:

Question 35. In your opinion, could there be an impact on social issues (including on labour or human rights or on gender related issues) from the reduction of barriers to trade and investment between the EU and Chile?

In the EU (leads to Q36, Q38 and Q39)

In Chile (leads to Q37, Q38 and Q39)

Question 36. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including labour rights, human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in the EU:

For the EU:

(a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS

Employment (number of jobs)

Employment (quality of jobs)

Wages

Household incomes

Transition from informal to formal employment

Core labour standards: freedom of association and effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining

Core labour standards: the elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour

Core labour standards: the effective abolition of child labour

Core labour standards: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation

Social protection

Social dialogue

Poverty reduction

Gender-related issues

For the EU:

(b) HUMAN RIGHTS

Right to work

Right to enjoyment of just and favourable conditions of work

Right to social security, including social insurance

Right to an adequate standard of living

Availability of essential goods or services (including, as a minimum: water; essential foodstuffs; clothing; essential primary healthcare; basic shelter and housing; and the most basic forms of education)

Affordability of essential goods or services

Right to enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health

Right to education

Rights of indigenous peoples

Question 37. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 35, do you think that the following areas related to social issues (including human rights and gender related issues) could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question in relation to the situation in Chile:

For Chile:

(a) SOCIAL ISSUES AND LABOUR RIGHTS

Employment (number of jobs)

Employment (quality of jobs)

Wages

Household incomes

Transition from informal to formal employment

Core labour standards: freedom of association and effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining

Core labour standards: the elimination of all forms of forced or compulsory labour

Core labour standards: the effective abolition of child labour

Core labour standards: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation

Social protection

Social dialogue

Poverty reduction

Gender-related issues

For Chile:

(b) HUMAN RIGHTS

Right to work

Right to enjoyment of just and favourable conditions of work

Right to social security, including social insurance

Right to an adequate standard of living

Availability of essential goods or services (including, as a minimum: water; essential foodstuffs; clothing; essential primary healthcare; basic shelter and housing; and the most basic forms of education)

Affordability of essential goods or services

Right to enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health

Right to education

Rights of indigenous peoples

Question 38. Please add further comments, if any, on the overall social impact – in the EU and/or in Chile – of a proposed modernisation of the EU-Chile FTA:
Question 39. Please add further comments, if any, on the overall impact on human rights – in the EU and/or in Chile – of a proposed modernisation of the EU-Chile FTA:

Question 40. In your opinion, could there be an environmental impact from the reduction of barriers to trade and investment between the EU and Chile?

In the EU (leads to Q41 and Q43)

In Chile (leads to Q42 and Q43)

Question 41. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question first in relation to the situation in the EU:

For the EU:

Environmental issues

Air pollution (emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG), of carbon dioxide (CO2), of sulphur oxides (SOx), of nitrogen oxides (NOx), and of particulates)

Waste

Energy use and mix

Transport

Water resources

Biological diversity (biodiversity)

Agricultural fertilisers, land use, soil, and livestock

Forests / forest resources

Fisheries / fish resources

Greening of the economy

Question 42. If you have answered “Yes” in Question 40, do you think that the following areas related to the environment could be affected – positively or negatively – by further EU-Chile trade liberalisation? Please answer this question now in relation to the situation in Chile:

For Chile:

Environmental issues

Air pollution (emission of greenhouse gases (GHG), of carbon dioxide (CO2), of sulphur oxides (SOx), of nitrogen oxides (NOx), and of particulates)

Waste

Energy use and mix

Transport

Water resources

Biological diversity (biodiversity)

Agricultural fertilisers, land use, soil, and livestock

Forests / forest resources

Fisheries / fish resources

Greening of the economy

Question 43. Please add further comments, if any, on the overall environmental impact – in the EU and/or in Chile – of a proposed modernisation of the EU-Chile FTA:
Question 44. Do you consider that the EU and Chile should co-operate further in order to promote adherence to internationally agreed principles, rights, and agreements on labour and the environment?
Question 45. Do you think that a revised trade agreement between the EU and Chile should include specific provisions on energy and raw materials (for example, measures aimed at increasing transparency, ensuring non-discrimination and limiting anti-competitive practices)?
Question 46. Do you think that a revised trade agreement between the EU and Chile should include specific provisions on improving future regulatory coherence (for example, measures providing for cross-cutting disciplines in order to develop and implement more efficient and more compatible regulations)?
Question 47. If there are any other issues that you would like to address in the context of trade and economic relations between the EU and Chile, please mention them below. These can include issues which have not been mentioned in the questionnaire:
Question 48. Can the European Commission contact the respondent if further details are required?
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