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WTO Oct 30
Today is the 72nd anniversary of the ! Take a look back at some of the key moments in the history of the multilateral trading system!
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Richard Barfield Feb 10
'No deal' and WTO rules New briefing for non-specialists Dispels myths regarding Article 24 of .
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Iain Duncan Smith Jun 22
Article with about how we leave the on 31st Oct using Article 24, basic deal or temporary FTA, which our opponents are desperately trying to discredit. Why are they so worried? Because it is doable. via
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Ben Mankiewicz Feb 5
Turns out Donald Trump knows as little about Tariffs as I do.
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Richard Barfield Mar 13
Misrepresentations about of under '' will be prominent from Brexiteers today. They ignore copious rebuttals including a 26 Feb govt report that says they're wrong. My short briefing for non-specialists, reviewed by experts👇👇
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Lionel Barber Jun 25
Every broadcaster should listen taking apart the Johnson acolytes on matters of pure fact
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Canada Trade Dec 10
Minister Carr: “The , and the before it, has been indispensable in creating a world order with . We need to work together to build consensus on for the 21st century.” Read more:
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Afronomicslaw Jan 24
New post by of examines the compatibility of the with Art. XXIV - "Existing in the Eternal Twilight Zone of Consistency: The case of the " Symposium
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Full Fact Jun 29
We’re hearing a lot of claims about what both remaining Conservative leadership candidates would do in order to secure a Brexit deal by 31 Oct. Here's five Brexit arguments we see again and again:
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Iana Dreyer Sep 12
Trade nerd alert Revising basics today 4 variety of gigs Realised in 1940s UK laid ground for 'cultural exception' by seeking film exclusion from & French sought seeking limits on abuse of anti-dumping Those British free traders & French protectionists ey
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World Trade Institute Feb 14
"Adjudication of the security clause: to be or not to be, this is the question." WP 01/2019 by Iryna Bogdanova discusses whether tribunals have jurisdiction over the security clause and whether the clause is justiciable. Read it here 👉
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RemainerNow #TacticalVote Jul 2
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Rob Howse Apr 15
This saber-rattling by will come to naught at . Based upon Russia-Transit panel approach to Art. XXI (GATS text similar), Australia could easily defend its measure.
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Christopher Sands Jan 5
I met Gil Winham twice, and had the chance to tell him (in an awkward fanboy way) how much I learned from his book on Canadian policy in the Tokyo Round, which is cited in my dissertation. He was gracious, a gentleman and scholar. RIP.
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Occupy London Aug 3
It would help but the real problem is we need for . Instead we have 10,000s of criss-crossing belching out . such as the , the & have passed their sell by date.
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Cambridge Stays #FBPE Jun 21
With his latest lies about it looks like Boris Johnson is bringing the same dishonest approach to the Tory leadership election that characterized the Vote Leave campaign in 2016.
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Michael B #FBPE Mar 25
Replying to @DCBMEP @Lorand_Bartels
Same person you are quoting recently had this article on his Twitter feed. Might benefit from a read.
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Peterson Institute Dec 17
Deputy director-general of the Alan Wm. Wolff does not believe we can return to the system. Watch live to hear why:
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Lucian Cernat Oct 10
: “unlike trade rules and , in the business world, the distinction between and is largely an illusion” said Pierre Sauvé
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moskowitz Oct 23
China Has ‘Concerning’ Leads Over U.S. in Tech, Defense Department Official Says [ask “innovators” what happened - you’ve ignored for at least a decade+ ]
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