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claudio tecchio 10m
Good news : The prevailed in a fight with over a dispute in which accused of unfairly blocking access for US farm goods to its market through restrictive use of tariff-rate quotas.
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Snipinbruhz1911 2h
.....we working 🚜🛠⚒🔨🔧🔩⛏🧱
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Arab News 2h
US wins ruling by World Trade Organization against China grain import quotas
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Mark Heeley Apr 17
Tony, well, yes... But then nor with the EU have control over how we do trade... and we will decide whether we want to accept their decisions on how they want to do trade with us. You know, just like normal countries do with the rest of the world.
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Dan Peliqueiro 9h
Have we no-deal-brexited and I’ve not realised? has no stock of practically anything
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Paul Sankey Apr 17
I saw a Swedish guy being interviewed on Sky a few months back who is an expert in technological border solutions and he insisted that a solution already exists to overcome the Irish border issue and could be fully implemented within around 2 years.
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The Brexit Party Apr 16
Fancy jumping ship! Chris Grayling is not sailing
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Farm Futures 13h
A World Trade Organization dispute settlement panel found that China has administered its tariff-rate quotas for wheat, corn, and rice inconsistently with its WTO commitments.
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Arab News Apr 12
OP-ED: It may be imperfect and still far away from delivering on its promises, but the world needs the to be a strong and robust body that can make hard decisions, writes Ranvir S. Nayar.
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Neil. That's me. 7h
Part of me wishes the UK would crash out into just to show how crazy it is...
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Rob Howse 15h
Replying to @bbaschuk @wto
Thanks for tweeting this out but I found nothing shocking in AB ruling. It is very consistent w AB SPS jurisprudence, especially on Member's appropriate level of protection. The panel was incoherent on important points, & insufficiently deferential to Korea sovereignty.
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Y Maxwell-Darkes 17h
Served my country for just under 5.5 yrs, Voted Tory since - I’ll be damned if I stand by & let them ignore me, I’m a small businesswoman too, they want my taxes, but not my Vote! I’m done with them, May needs to go! - as a nation we’ve survived worse! 🇬🇧
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AlexKK Apr 17
Unfortunately 1.2 million more of us can’t wait to get out out
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John Boscariol 8h
China Loses Market-Economy Trade Case in Win for EU and U.S., Sources Say
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Del (party hard) s 8h
Replying to @IrexitFreedom
You know what if they wish to talk that way as if to threaten us then simply say ok hard border it is thats your choice and your doing good bye then if the g/f/agreement collapses we know whos to blame. So bring it on
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Akshobh Giridharadas 14h
's reforms and acceptance to the in 2001 also led to domestic reforms. Zhu Rongji, the then party chief, wanted domestic reforms, and under the guise of WTO reforms was able to do both.
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Samir Bhattacharya 19h
The sad tale of Indian fishermen- while suggesting us to reduce/remove the subsidies, they are actually grasping for the minimum sustenance
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John Boscariol 5h
Is “zeroing” in anti-dumping calculations now allowed? The WTO First-Instance Ruling, in Softwood Lumber, on the USA’s Methodology in Anti-Dumping via Simon Potter.
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Stratfor 12h
A World Trade Organization () panel has reportedly sided with the European Union in a case against , saying the country does not automatically qualify for non-market economy status, according to sources familiar with the matter.
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Prof. Paul Welfens 4h
Director General of with a very useful definition of the : "to make the small big and the big civilized";rules-based system should apply to big countries such as the , . EU-ASEAN should defend along with China multilateralism(later also US?)
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