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July 1, 2014 Will global automakers drop Chinese partners'
Automotive News Europe - China, already a îWorld Trade Organizationî member, is negotiating a series of free-trade pacts. Trade deals such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement -- under negotiation with the...
The U.S. Export-Import Bank has suspended or removed four officials as investigators look into allegations of improper gifts and kickbacks as well as efforts to direct contracts to favored businesses, the Wall Street Journal...
June 12, 2014 EU Biodiesel Duties Spark A 2nd WTO Challenge
Law 360 - Law360, New York (June 11, 2014, 4:06 PM ET) -- Indonesia's foreign ministry on Wednesday challenged the European Union's anti-dumping duties on biodiesel imports in the îWorld Trade Organizationî, joining...
tsln.com - Leaked documents described as internal Brazilian government papers indicate that Brasilia has taken up demands by domestic cotton growers that the United States pay hundreds of millions of dollars in order to finally...
June 9, 2014 World Needs Record Saudi Oil Supply as OPEC ConvenesSource: Bloomberg
OPEC ministers say they will almost certainly leave their oil-production ceiling unchanged when the group meets this week. What really matters for markets is whether Saudi Arabia will respond to global supply shortfalls by...
Emerging-markets stocks headed for the highest level in a year as better-than-estimated Chinese exports and U.S. payrolls boosted confidence in the global economy. Yuan forwards surged the most in more than two years.
May 27, 2014 US Wins Major WTO Trade Dispute Against China: Unjustified Tariffs on American Car Imports Violated International Rules
The Latin Post - The Obama administration won against China on a major trade dispute between the two countries as the îWorld Trade Organizationî in which it was decided that the taxes imposed by China on cars and SUVs...
The Columbus Dispatch - WASHINGTON â The îWorld Trade Organizationî announced yesterday that China violated trade rules in 2011 when it imposed duties on American-made cars and SUVs sold in China. âThis is...
E TN Global Travel Industry News - The potential move would open a tense new phase in the decade-old formal trade dispute over aircraft industry aid, as Brussels and Washington argue about whether they have complied with rulings...
Anti-China rallies sparked by the placement of an oil rig in waters near Vietnam damaged factories owned by Taiwanese companies, with some plants closing as Vietnam detained hundreds of protesters. Vietnam’s government has...
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