- Bombardier CEO Says Canada Funding Deal to Meet WTO Rules
- Alain Bellemare, chief executive of the Canadian transportation giant, said Bombardier's negotiations with Ottawa would ensure that the company is in full compliance with WTO regulations. “Clearly, we've been looking at it,” Mr.
- Brexit and the World Trade Organization
- As the debates regarding the UK's referendum on membership of the European Union heat up, attention has turned to the possible consequences of Brexit. There are even consequences from a World Trade Organization (WTO) perspective, flagging up ...
- China's Internet censorship: A WTO challenge is long overdue
- When challenged to defend its “purge” of foreign Internet firms, Chinese officials invoke World Trade Organization (WTO) escape clauses that allow governments to intervene to protect “public morals” or “public order.
- US-China subsidy slamfest at WTO
- The issue was front and center at a meeting this week of the WTO Committee on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures. The United States complained that China has submitted only three subsidy notifications since it joined the WTO in 2001 and that all of ...
- EU trade chief outlines possible areas for updating WTO rulebook
- EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström outlined on Tuesday a series of topics which, she suggested, could be constructive areas for future discussion as WTO members brainstorm how to move forward in a “post-Nairobi” negotiating landscape. However ...
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