Tag: WTO

China seeks $2.4bn in sanctions against US in Obama-era case

WTO has already given China green light to seek compensation, China's request for $2.4bn in sanctions on agenda next week China continued to be the...

The chips are down: EU takes Colombia to WTO

The European Union launched a case at the WTO against Colombia on Monday. The Colombian tariffs "are unfair" and "harm companies" in the three...

Britain preparing to ‘take back control’ at WTO: minister

Britain is looking forward to "taking back control" of its trade policy after it exits the European Union later this month. For those of...

Asian markets hit by increasingly negative global outlook

Asian markets mostly sank Thursday after a below-par US jobs report. Investors tracked yet another plunge in Europe and on Wall Street. New York...

US set to quickly widen trade war with EU tariffs after WTO ruling

The United States won approval Wednesday to tax $7.5 billion in European goods over illegal EU subsidies for aircraft maker Airbus. The EU is...

WTO slashes trade growth estimate

The World Trade Organization on Tuesday cut its 2019 trade growth forecast to 1.2 percent. Washington and Beijing have so far been unable to...

WTO to set up panel to judge US-China solar panel dispute

GENEVA: The World Trade Organization agreed Thursday to China's request to create a dispute panel tasked with judging whether US tariffs on solar panels violate...

Trump threatens to pull US from WTO ‘if we have to’

MONACA: President Donald Trump threatened Tuesday to pull the United States out of the World Trade Organization if conditions are not improved. "We will leave if...

US ‘pressure’ tactic on WTO will fail: China state media

BEIJING: A US threat to pull recognition of China's "developing nation" status at the World Trade Organisation is a pressure tactic ahead of this week's...

Philip Morris urges Thailand to drop prosecution after WTO’s second ruling

BANGKOK: Philip Morris urged Thailand to drop criminal charges against its Thai subsidiary on Saturday, after a second World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling that the...