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WTO Chief Warns About First Signs of U.S.-China Trade War
The head of the WTO warned about the first signs of a trade war involving the U.S. and China, as Europe kept alive a threat to join Beijing in pushing back against President Donald Trump.
Trump Trade Crackdown Shows ‘America First’ Happening at Last
President Donald Trump’s announcement that he’ll slap stiff tariffs on imported steel and aluminum roiled markets, spurred warnings of harsh ramifications, and provoked threats of retaliation.
Trump Ties Palestinian Aid Money to Peace Deal: Davos Update
Billionaires, world leaders and investors are gathered in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting to hobnob and discuss topics ranging from the global economy and sexual
Ross Says China, Not U.S., Is the Real Trade Protectionist
Any protectionist agenda in the U.S. pales in comparison to China’s, according to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.
WTO Meeting Ends in Buenos Aires Without Substantial Agreements
No substantial deals were reached at a World Trade Organization meeting in Buenos Aires after three days of negotiations, highlighting how multilateral trade relations are growing increasingly
APEC Ministers Vow to Fight Protectionism as Trump Slams WTO
Asia-Pacific ministers meeting in Vietnam this week pledged to fight protectionism and embrace the World Trade Organization, issuing a statement a day after President Donald Trump criticized the WTO
Canada Wants Good Deal Over Fast Deal for Big Pacific Trade Pact
Canada is sounding a note of caution as nations push this week to save a blockbuster Pacific trade pact, saying speed shouldn’t take priority over getting a good deal.
U.S. Block of WTO Appeals Body Compromises System, Director Says
The Trump administration’s decision to block new appointments to the World Trade Organization’s appellate body is compromising the ability of the system to resolve disputes, according to WTO