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(Daily News)
March 26, 2012

A World Trade Organization two-day seminar that kicks off tomorrow (March 27) and which will examine the relationship between exchange rates and international trade in general terms is garnering a lot of attention both in Geneva and Washington even though its presentations are unlikely to delve into the most critical issues. These issues include what role the WTO can play when it comes to disciplines on currency manipulation.


(Daily News)
February 15, 2012

As the talks for an updated Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) entered their final phase last fall, the Obama administration mounted a last-ditch effort to sign up four additional U.S. states to the GPA in an effort to strengthen the U.S. negotiating position, according to documents obtained by Inside U.S. Trade under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).


(Daily News)
January 26, 2012

The European Union and the United States are at loggerheads over how to move forward with an expansion of the tariff-cutting Information Technology Agreement (ITA) to such a degree that their disagreement threatens to scuttle the effort even before real negotiations are launched, sources said.


(File Document)
December 19, 2011

(Daily News)
December 15, 2011

GENEVA -- Parties to the Government Procurement Agreement announced today (Dec. 15) that they have struck a final deal to increase the government entities and contracts open to foreign bidders after the European Union and Japan resolved their outstanding bilateral issues in a last-minute negotiating session here this morning.


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