EU Looks Past Trump to Defuse Transatlantic Trade Conflict
With less than two weeks in the Trump administration, the goal is still to resolve parts of a longstanding transatlantic dispute.
An almost 16-year-old trade dispute is coming to a head as the U.S. and European Union prepare to launch a barrage of tariffs.
The U.K. and the EU are headed down to the the hardest form of Brexit — one with no deal in place at all.
Top U.S. Trade Negotiator Bullish on Last-Minute U.K. Trade Deal
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization has warned that the state of the world’s fish stocks is “poor and deteriorating.
The annual meeting will be held in Singapore May 13 to 16 and return to Davos-Klosters, Switzerland in 2022.
Global trade is finishing the year on a strong upswing.
U.S., EU Renew Push to Settle Dispute on Boeing-Airbus Subsidies
WTO Says South Korea Imposed Illegal Tariffs on Japanese Steel
The global arbiter of commerce is facing an existential moment in an era of rising protectionism.
Global Trade Rebound May Be Brief Amid New Virus Wave, WTO Says
Fifteen Asia-Pacific nations including China aim to clinch the world’s largest free-trade agreement this weekend.
How the WTO Picks a New Leader and Avoids a Collapse: QuickTake
The EU reminds Biden why fixing trans-Atlantic trade relations might be a good place to start his presidency.
Germany Considers Delaying a $4 Billion Tariff Strike on the U.S.
WTO Postpones Meeting Next Week to Select Its New Leader
The World Trade Organization’s effort to select a new leader next week could be delayed for at least another month.
WTO Leadership Race Upended by Trump Now Hinges on U.S. Election
The World Trade Organization’s effort to select a leader for the global trading system hit a roadblock on Wednesday.
The development marks the final procedural hurdle at the WTO before the EU can legally retaliate against U.S. goods.