WTO: China Can Hit US With Sanctions Worth $3.6 Billion
GENEVA — The World Trade Organization says China can impose sanctions on up to $3.6 billion worth of U.S. goods over the U.S. government’s failure to abide by anti-dumping rules with regard to Chinese products.November 1, 2019
WTO Issues Mixed Ruling Over US Duties for Subsidized Chinese Goods
The World Trade Organization on July 16 delivered a mixed judgment over America’s sanctions on subsidized goods produced by Chinese state-owned enterprises.
EU Is Said to Revise Plan to Fix WTO in Bid to Get US on Board
The European Union is revamping its plan to reform the World Trade Organization in an effort to win support from the U.S., according to two people briefed on the process.
Trump Threatens to Pull US out of WTO if It Doesn’t ‘Shape Up’
President Donald Trump said he would pull out of the World Trade Organization if it doesn’t treat the United States better, continuing his criticism of a cornerstone of the international trading system.August 30, 2018
Rising Protectionism Risks Undermining Trade Rebound, WTO Says
Global trade could rebound this year — if rising protectionism and tighter economic policy stay out of the way.