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Seventh China Round Table on WTO Accessions puts Eurasia in the spotlight
WTO, September 28, 2018

In closing the 7th China Round Table on WTO Accessions in Astana, Kazakhstan, WTO Director-General Roberto Azevędo underscored the need to fully integrate Eurasian economies into the global trading system through WTO accessions. More...


WTO downgrades global trade growth forecast for 2018
Livemint , September 27, 2018

Global Merchandise Trade is expected to decline 3.9% in 2018 from the previous year, as a result of escalating trade tensions between the US and China and the Trump administration’s decision to target imports from Canada with crowbar tariffs.  More...


WTO members review two regional trade agreements covering Africa, the Caribbean and the European Union
WTO, September 18, 2018

WTO members reviewed Seychelles’ accession to the South African Development Community (SADC) trade protocol and the economic partnership agreement between the European Union and Cariforum states at the 18 September meeting of the Committee on Regional Trade Agreements. Members welcomed progress being made in the economic integration of the African region. More...


G20 trade ministers say WTO reform ‘urgent’ as new Trump tariffs loom
CNBC, September 15, 2018

Trade and investment ministers from the G20 countries meeting in Argentina said in a joint statement, there was an “urgent need” to improve the World Trade Organization. More...












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