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    1. The WTO had ruled in favor of the South American country, calling the measures protectionist. "In the U.S. I'm confident that the case will be won," Ramirez Martiarena said. On the other ...

    2. Based on the principle that transformative world events are not random, but are in fact predictable, Stratfor develops decade, annual and quarterly forecasts. Below are the global trends highlighted ...

    3. India has been fighting at the WTO for years to carve out exemptions for developing countries to stockpile food, something that agricultural exporters like the United States and Canada ...

    4. Much like the food he grows, 66-year-old John Merry is a forthright, no-nonsense man, keeping sheep and raising wheat, barley, rapeseed, and beans on 1,000 acres in England’s East Midlands.

    5. LONDON, June 22 Aluminium industry executives will line up on Thursday to have their say on whether foreign imports into the United States pose a threat to the country's security. The Section ...

    6. All of a sudden, the national security exception could become a pathway to dodging tariff norms, and ultimately become the source of all kinds of conflict and litigation at the WTO. Some ...

    7. LONDON Aluminum industry executives will line up on Thursday to have their say on whether foreign imports into the United States pose a threat to the country's security. The Section 232 investigation ...

    8. The other shoe is set to drop for softwood lumber producers Friday as the U.S. Commerce Department is expected to reveal preliminary anti-dumping duties on Canadian imports.

    9. The global trade rules policed by the WTO grant countries wide latitude in dealing with security issues. “In WTO parlance, it’s regarded as the nuclear option,” Hufbauer said.

    10. Hollywood Is Auditing China's Box-Office for First Time

      Bloomberg via Yahoo Finance2 days ago

      Under the previous agreement, if this year’s consultations fail to produce a deal by Jan. 1, the U.S. could pursue procedural action against China in the WTO. More from Bloomberg.com ...

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