Trade ministers will have to resolve a handful of tough remaining issues at the WTO’s 13th Ministerial Conference, which starts next Monday in Abu Dhabi.
Trade ministers from the 164 members of the WTO will be in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, two weeks from today for what could be one of most disappointing ministerial conferences in recent memo...
The 28-page document reflects several issues already hammered out in December negotiations.
Two separate groups of left-leaning House and Senate lawmakers sent letters over the weekend urging the Biden administration not to grant Vietnam market economy status amid its ongoing review.
The United Auto Workers union is pressing the Biden administration to consider raising tariffs on automotives and parts to encourage industry compliance with the USMCA.
The head of the World Trade Organization wants to start negotiations to reduce subsidies that harm the environment.
Some lawmakers are celebrating a recent Commerce decision as a win for the domestic steel industry in a case brought by Cleveland-Cliffs and the United Steelworkers.
It’s becoming unclear when (or even if) USTR will reveal its proposed changes to Section 301 tariffs imposed during the Trump administration.