قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Tag Archives: WTO

Tag Archives: WTO

The WTO officially supports US tariffs on EU goods

GENEVA – The United States has taken the final procedural hurdle to raise $ 10 billion in tariffs on European products at a meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) governing body this Monday. The administration of President Donald Trump no longer has legal obstacles to their already-planned sanctions on European goods, which could come into effect on Friday after …

Read More »

Trump denounces China and the WTO

WASHINGTON – President Trump stepped up his attacks on China and the world trade system and threatened on Friday that the US unilaterally revoke the special rules that are granted worldwide to developing-country countries. On the eve of a new round of trade talks between the US and China in Shanghai, Beijing appears to be under pressure to take new …

Read More »

China accuses US of a 'blatant breach' of trade policy in WTO meeting

Kevin Lemarque | Reuters Chinese President Xi Jinping and members of Chinese delegation attend a working dinner with U.S. President Donald Trump returns to the G20 leaders summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina December 1, 2018. Chinese representatives met with the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Monday to begin the process of challenging challenging United States tariffs on China's exports, Reuters …

Read More »

China brings wage dispute in the US in the WTO, Washington criticized that it has blocked judges

GENEVA (Reuters) – China launched the legal process for the World Trade Organization on Monday to hear Beijing's claim against US tariffs imposed on goods worth $ 234 billion. FILE PHOTO: A logo is displayed in front of the World Trade Organization (WTO) headquarters next to a red traffic light in Geneva (Switzerland, 2 October 2018). REUTERS / Denis Balibouse …

Read More »

Strong trade restrictions trigger "serious concern": WTO

Geneva (AFP) – The world's largest economies have imposed trade restrictions on almost half a trillion dollars of trade over the past six months, the World Trade Organization said Thursday, raising "serious concern". Forty New Imports Between mid-May and mid-October this year, barriers were set up by the G20 – six times more than in the previous six months – …

Read More »

The WTO says the G20's trade restrictions increase to $ 481 billion

GENEVA (Reuters) – Countries belonging to the G20 group of the world's largest economies have applied 40 new trade restrictive measures between mid-May and mid-October, covering approximately $ 481 billion in trade. The new restrictions involved six times more trade than in the previous period and were the largest since the WTO began monitoring G20 trade in 2012, a statement …

Read More »

Exclusive: U.S. asks for WTO panel over metals tariff retaliation

WASHINGTON / OSLO (Reuters) – The United States is requesting a World Trade Organization. tariffs on steel and aluminum, according to a official familiar with the matter. The PAO steel mill in Farrell, Pennsylvania, US, March 9, 2018. REUTERS / Aaron Josefczyk The requests, filed on Thursday, cover tariff by China, the European Union, Canada and Mexico, which is a …

Read More »

G20 agriculture ministers embrace protectionism, promising WTO reforms

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Agriculture ministers from the G20 countries issued a joint statement criticizing protectionism on Saturday and vowing to reform World Trade Organization (WTO) rules, but not detailing what steps they take to improve the food trade would system. The G20 agriculture ministers will be seen on July 28, 2018 during a visit to the 132nd Argentine Agricultural …

Read More »

Trump slams 'underspending' NATO allies ahead of key summit, warns WTO: 'We want to do something'

President Trump on Monday warned that "we want to do something" "properly," amid reports that the White House is seeking more flexibility to impose unilateral tariffs. The president's Oval Office comments came in the same day that Trump had slammed "underspending" NATO allies, including Germany, Norway, and Canada, in harshly worded letters issued last month. The New York Times reported. …

Read More »