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China may also look to markets in other countries instead of the US, trade representatives say
Trade war with Washington intensifies.
Brussels is facing mounting pressure from the European steel industry to protect its interests
There will be winners but more losers if the US president presses ahead with his 'job protection' plan warns the International Trade Centre
The US president has made clear he is ready to take on the world over trade to protect American jobs
As the UK tries to decide whether it's in or out, we take a quick look at the European Customs Union, and ask, why have one?
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker described Sutherland as a "true European"
Protesters marched against a World Trade Organization meeting being held in the Argentinian capital.
The World Trade Organization's 11th ministerial conference has opened in Buenos Aires with hopes of boosting the development of the global trading system.
David Collins, Professor of International Economic Law at City, University of London
The triggering of Article 50 on time as promised by UK Prime
The WTO has ruled Washington State illegally supported Boeing with tax breaks after complaint filed by Airbus.
The head of the World Trade Organisation says Britain's future terms of membership in the WTO will depend a lot on the Brexit separation negotiations.
The World Trade Organisation has ruled against the European Union over subsidies to planemaker Airbus says the EU has failed to comply with its earlier rulings over European government loans.
“After eight years under the leadership of Frenchman Pascal Lamy, the World Trade Organization, created 18 years ago, has its first Director General
The World Trade Organisation (WTO), was set up 20 years ago with the aim of creating a prosperous and unified global trading block. That has not
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