U.S., China, 10 Other Countries Seek Brexit Assurances at WTO
EU Revises Plan to Fix WTO in Bid to Get U.S. on Board
WTO members including the European Union, China and the U.S. escalated disputes over the new metal duties.
Revamped TPP Set to Start This Year With Australia Racing to Ratify
Trump Reviewing Tariffs on Canada Steel and Aluminum, Craft Says
U.K. Suffers Brexit Trade Setback Over Copy-and-Paste WTO Terms
Trade Chiefs Discuss WTO Reform, But China and U.S. Won't Join
The ministers plan to evaluate the progress on their reform agenda in January.
WTO dispute settlement body will consider the request Oct. 29.
In a volley of filings, the EU, China and the U.S. this week escalated disputes over new U.S. metals tariffs.
WTO Members Request an Investigation Into Trump's Metal Tariffs
How Tiny Moldova’s Brexit Grudge Could Cost the U.K. $1.7 Trillion
U.S. Is Said to Stall U.K. Bid to Stay in $1.7 Trillion Market
Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Shea said WTO must confront China’s trade abuses.
Trump’s Threat to Leave the WTO Could Be a Saving Grace
U.S. Weighs Blocking U.K. From Global Procurement Pact
Epic Airbus-Boeing Fight Signals Long U.S.-China Trade War Ahead
Jack Ma gave a dire warning that the escalating trade war with the U.S. is going to be severe and long-lived.
Canada Set to Resolve U.S. Wine Dispute in Revised Trade Accord
WTO, IMF, World Bank Seek ‘Urgent’ International Trade Reforms
World merchandise trade growth will slow to 3.9 percent this year compared with 4.7 percent in 2017.