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WTO ruling says EU has failed to end illegal Airbus subsidies
A World Trade Organization panel ruled that the European Union has not complied with an order to end illegal subsidies for plane maker Airbus, which prompted the Trump administration to impose tariffs on nearly $7.5 billion US worth of EU goods in October.
India may retaliate against US in steel dispute at WTO
India may retaliate against the US on the basis of issues that have been decided in India’s favor by the World Trade Organization compliance panel in the dispute over countervailing duties on steel imports. This can happen in case Washington does not appeal the ruling, which it can do over the next 60 days.
WTO panel rules India export subsidies illegal, upholds US case
A World Trade Organization (WTO) panel ruled on Thursday that Indian export subsidies are prohibited and should be removed, upholding a complaint brought by the United States.
Free trade is dead
By Bernd Lange & Tim Peter*
Indonesia plans WTO filing against EU over palm oil in November
The Indonesian government aims to file a case against the European Union to the World Trade Organization in early November over palm oil, Wisnu Wardhana, foreign trade director general at the Trade Ministry, said on Friday.
WTO approves US tariffs worth $7.5bn on EU goods in Airbus retaliation
The World Trade Organization has given Washington the greenlight to slap annual tariffs on $7.5 billion (6.8 billion euros) worth of EU goods in retaliation for the bloc's illegal support of Airbus.
Global trade to see weakest growth since Great Recession: WTO
Global trade is forecast to weaken this year to the slowest pace since the depths of the Great Recession due to the US-China trade war.
WTO victory increases Russia’s chances to contest anti-dumping measures
Russia's victory in a World Trade Organization (WTO) lawsuit against Ukraine on ‘energy corrections’ increases Moscow’s chances of successfully challenging European anti-dumping measures, the Russian Economic Development Ministry said.
South Korea takes Japan to WTO
Syria and Iraq are calling on Europe to decide the fate of around 10,000 women and children they are struggling to maintain in overcrowded camps like al-Hawl in Northern Syria.
South Korea to file WTO complaint over Japan’s exports curbs
South Korea said Wednesday it will file a complaint with the World Trade Organization (WTO) over Japan's "politically-motivated" export restrictions, upping the ante in an intensifying dispute with the neighbor.
UNWTO chief congratulates Mounesan as Iran’s tourism minister
Secretary General of the United Nations' World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Zurab Pololikashvili congratulated Ali-Asghar Mounesan on his recent appointment as Iran's minister of cultural heritage, tourism and handicrafts.
Trump threatens to pull US from WTO
President Donald Trump threatened to pull the United States out of the World Trade Organization (WTO) if conditions are not improved.
UAE withdraws trade complaint with WTO against Qatar
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has withdrawn a complaint it had lodged with the World Trade Organization (WTO) against Qatar over its alleged imposing of discriminatory trade restrictions on its goods.
Japan rejects South Korean attempt to air trade row at WTO
Japan told the World Trade Organization on Wednesday that its controls on exports to South Korea were based on national security concerns, and did not constitute an embargo or an issue appropriate for discussion at the WTO.
Canada says it is close to deal with EU on possible fix to WTO deadlock
Canada and the European Union are close to agreeing on a possible temporary solution to a US block on appeals in disputes at the World Trade Organization (WTO), Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Thursday.

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