World Trade Organization
Three countries to watch in the likely event that the trade diversification trend accelerates following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Trump administration has an opportunity to strike at the heart of the global trade regime, and it intends to take it.
Boldness in the face of uncertainty is required of the Canadian government if it wants to ensure the best possible post-Brexit trade relationship.
Signing the landmark agreement was a relatively simple exercise; the true test is yet to come.
The EU-Mercosur free trade agreement had some uncomfortable environmental connotations from the very beginning, and the latest Amazon row has put them into much sharper relief.
What might the ramifications be of a full-blown trade war, and what is the likelihood presidents Trump and Xi manage to sign an agreement to avoid them?
China may have won this battle, but the trade war will rage on.
China’s response to the Trump tariffs was both swift and finely tuned to inflict maximum political damage on the president and his Republican allies in Congress.
President Trump’s tariffs portend a far-reaching showdown within the World Trade Organization.
Could World Bank forecasts for ‘disappointing’ global trade growth produce another lull in TTIP negotiations?