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    1. Although the idea is at a "very preliminary stage", services is an important area for both developing and developed countries, Rita Teaotia said.

    2. The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) most recent Ministerial Conference took place last December in Nairobi, Kenya. Opinions vary on how much was achieved, and, perhaps more importantly, where the WTO goes from here.

    3. WTO faults EU in nuts and bolts dispute with China

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsJan 18 10:16 AM

      The World Trade Organization on Monday ruled against the European Union in a dispute that has been raging since 2009 between the bloc and China over import duties on nuts and bolts. The world trade body's fourth and final verdict against the EU in the dispute opens the way for China to request compensation. China had first brought the case to the WTO in July 2009 after the EU imposed hefty ...

    4. India to soon ratify WTO trade facilitation pact: Government

      The Indian Express via Yahoo! India NewsFeb 09 06:09 PM

      India is set to ratify at the “earliest” the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) trade facilitation agreement (TFA) on goods, aimed at relaxing customs rules for smoother trade flow, but the country will also seek a similar pact on services which should be of particular interest to developing nations. “We are fully committed to it (TFA in goods). It is a complex exercise and most of the ...

      India to ratify TFA on goods soon - The Financial Express via Yahoo! Finance India

    5. EU loses WTO case, China could seek trade sanctions

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJan 18 09:54 PM

      By Tom Miles GENEVA (Reuters) - China could demand trade sanctions against the European Union after winning an appeal on Monday in a dispute at the World Trade Organization over EU tariffs imposed on Chinese imports of screws, nuts and bolts made of iron or steel. China has never before asked the WTO to impose trade sanctions since it joined the organization in 2001, but the end of the seven ...

    6. China says EU should take steel dumping claims to WTO

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsFeb 06 02:58 AM

      China's Ministry of Commerce said that claims it was dumping steel in Europe should be put to the World Trade Organization ( WTO), responding to reports that the European Commission (EC) was preparing to impose duties on imported Chinese steel. WTO members should fulfill their treaty obligations and stop using "surrogate countries" to pursue anti-dumping claims, a Ministry of Commerce spokesman...

    7. India on Tuesday said it is committed to ratifying the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) on goods aimed at easing customs rules to expedite trade flows, but pitched ...

    8. THE Philippines has formally asked the World Trade Organization (WTO) to compel Thailand to act consistently with the multilateral trade body’s ruling favoring the customs valuation of Philippine-made cigarette imports. The move was prompted by a legal action taken by the Thai government against Philip Morris Thailand (PMT), which imports

    9. The Philippines has formally asked the World Trade Organization (WTO) to compel Thailand to act consistently with the multilateral trade body’s ruling favoring the customs valuation of Philippine-made cigarette imports.

    10. WTO faults EU in nuts and bolts row with China

      The Manila TimesJan 19 04:05 AM

      GENEVA: The World Trade Organization (WTO) on Monday (Tuesday in Manila) ruled against the European Union in a dispute that has been raging since 2009 between the bloc and China over import duties on nuts and bolts. The world trade … Read more »

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