The European Court of Justice has ruled that Israeli goods made in
Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank cannot be considered Israeli.

This means goods made by Israelis or Jews in the West Bank cannot benefit
from a trade deal giving Israel preferential access to EU markets. EU
import duties on Israeli goods from the settlements may now be imposed,
making them less competitive.

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This is an important precedent for forcing the EU to end Israel’s privileged
treatement as a member of the European Research Area