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Trade growth likely in 2024 despite challenges —  WTO

Expect a gradual recovery in world merchandise trade this year and next year, according to the World Trade Organization Merchandise trade is seen...

WTO meet ends with decisions on dispute reform, development

The World Trade Organization concluded its meeting on March 2 with decisions renewing the commitment to have a dispute settlement system by 2024 ...

WTO concludes talks on global e-commerce rules 

The World Trade Organization has concluded talks on global e-commerce rules for a more reliable global digital economy The rules cover digital trade...

WTO flags persistent export restrictions

The World Trade Organization flagged persistent export restrictions that contribute to food price volatility The majority of trade restrictions were on the export...

WTO report makes a case for “re-globalization”

The World Trade Organization made a case for “re-globalization” in its World Trade Report 2023 Increased international cooperation and broader integration can support...

Exports of intermediate goods grow 4% in Q2 2022

World exports of intermediate goods (IGs) grew 4% year on year in Q2 2022 to US$2.5 trillion, sharply below the segment’s 47% surge...

WTO rules vs US tariffs on China steel, aluminium

The World Trade Organization ruled the US’ Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from China and three other countries are inconsistent...

WTO services trade index hints at some resilience in key sectors

The World Trade Organization’s (WTO) latest Services Trade Barometer released mid-September shows modest gains in some key sectors even as the industry...

COVID-19 crisis raising trade costs—WTO report

The World Trade Organization (WTO) in a new report is warning of possible increases to trade costs due to responses, policies, and...

71% of new trade related measures imposed linked to pandemic—WTO report

About 363 new trade and trade-related measures were implemented by countries worldwide from mid-October 2019 to mid-May 2020, of which 71% were...