Member States are parties to any PCAs that the European Union takes with third countries. Member States are therefore required to comply with the provisions of a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement. The environmental effects for countries that export agricultural products from rainforest areas or other environmental regions, for example brazil, are increasingly being documented by environmental groups that oppose EU trade agreements.  In addition, other industries with a significant impact on the environment, such as mining, are developing in areas with low regulatory burdens, such as South America and Asia.  However, for the automotive vehicle and industrial product export manufacturing sector, which generally involves major global groups, significant volume increases are evident for the more industrialized members of the trade.  After the Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) created a solid legal basis for Russia-EU relations, there was an important impetus for their dynamic development in the following years. . . .