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    1. President Trump signed a memo on April 20, to launch a national security investigation into steel imports. "Steel is critical to both our economy and our military," Trump said while surrounded by steel industry executives.

    2. Nearly 80 percent of British food imports come from EU member states and if no trade agreement is struck Britain and the EU would have to treat each other as WTO members. "Such a scenario ...

    3. A Conservative government would then imply leaving the single market: either a WTO-like outcome where the UK re-establishes national control but at the cost of economic barriers with ...

    4. A Conservative government would then imply leaving the single market: either a WTO-like outcome where the UK re-establishes national control but at the cost of economic barriers with ...

    5. During the U.S. presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to enforce “Buy America” rules as a way to bring back jobs from overseas and revive U.S. manufacturing. Trump signed an executive ...

    6. GENEVA (Reuters) - A World Trade Organization dispute panel largely upheld Canada's complaint against Chinese restrictions on trade in cellulose pulp on Tuesday, a product used for making rayon fabric,

    7. Quietly, Theresa May – and more pointedly her Chancellor and maybe even her Brexit Secretary David Davis, may have begun to...

    8. His move diverges from the Obama administration's approach to the issue, which relied largely on filing complaints to the World Trade Organization (WTO). China is the largest national ...

    9. The Trump administration has opened a wide-ranging probe into whether to curb steel imports in the name of national security, ramping up its campaign to give a more economic nationalist tinge ...

    10. Nirmala Sitharaman signals government may cap royalty payments by US companies in India, in response to H-1B visa curbs put in place by the Donald Trump administration

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