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    1. But to back this up, he has threatened to give them the very thing they want. To vote against the deal, to crash out of the EU without a trade agreement in place, to fall back on WTO.

    2. However Sir James said that he does not expect Britain's to have to fall back on WTO tariffs: "I don’t believe it will get to that, it’s not in Europe’s interests,” he said. In an interview ...

    3. Dyson said that WTO tariffs – which range from 5% to 10% – had “not held us back at all” and were a “tiny penalty to pay” for trading with Europe. Other business leaders have warned that ...

    4. t miss: FX Focus: Pound hits two-month high against the dollar amid worries over Trump's policies It said the government should make its priority to become a full-fledged World Trade Organisation ...

    5. The U.S. has a better-than-average rate of success in arguing cases at the WTO, according to a Bloomberg analysis of the 524 cases lodged at the Geneva-based organization since it was ...

    6. Matthews Asia Sinology: Trump, Trade & China

      GuruFocus.com via Yahoo News3 days ago

      But China's 2001 entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO) has not "enabled the greatest jobs theft in history," as Trump has claimed. It is also important to recognize that trade ...

    7. Britain prepares to launch Brexit

      AFP via Yahoo News1 day ago

      Former WTO chief and European commissioner Pascal Lamy warned about the complexity of the Brexit process last week, likening it to "removing an egg from an omelette".

    8. Hong Kong recalls suspect Brazilian meat

      AFP via Yahoo News3 days ago

      Brazil's government has appealed to the World Trade Organization's (WTO) 163 other members not to impose "arbitrary" bans on the country's more than $13 billion meat export industry.

    9. In its letter to the WTO, Brazil pressed its message that a few bad apples are at fault for the scandal and that the Brazilian food industry itself is in good health. It pointed out that ...

    10. When China joined the WTO in 2001, it was written into the terms of the deal that member states could treat it as a non-market economy for 15 years. The deadline passed late last year ...

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