Forgot password?
Sign up today and your first download is free.


Latest News
U.S.-India TPF lacks tangible outcomes, but lays out granular work ahead

The tenth U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum concluded on Oct. 20 without a major breakthrough, leaving some parts of the U.S. industry asking yet again for commercial bilateral dialogues between the two countries to produce more tangible outcomes.

USTR official: APEC services road map challenged by resistance from some countries

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum's roadmap -- focused on eliminating all restrictions on trade in services by 2025 -- is meeting resistance from some APEC countries, according to Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for APEC Affairs Ken Schagrin.

U.S. insurers' top TISA priorities are reinsurance, data flows, equity caps

The U.S. insurance industry is calling for the Trade in Services Agreement to eliminate barriers to cross-border reinsurance, protect data flows and eliminate equity caps, according to a list of priorities developed by two insurance trade associations.

EU Commission signals it will continue using third-country data in AD cases against China

With key provisions of China's WTO Accession Protocol expiring within two months, the European Commission appears set to table a proposal that would no longer label China as a non-market economy but still leave open the option to use price and cost data from third countries in antidumping cases if market distortions are found.

Economic impact unclear if U.S. eventually grants China market economy status

The economic effect of China being treated as a market economy by the Commerce Department in antidumping cases is unclear as trade law practitioners are divided on the ramifications of such a change in status.

AAFA: Travel goods issue is clear-cut; administration's next move is not

Following a hearing this week, a “clear path forward” exists for the Obama administration to resolve complaints from industry, members of Congress, and foreign countries by extending Generalized System of Preferences benefits for travel goods to all countries participating in the program -- but whether the administration will follow through is still unclear, according to a senior executive with the American Apparel & Footwear Association.

World Trade Organization

Top Stories

Around the World

Top Stories

FTA Central

Top Stories