Mexico claims to have won a World Trade Organization ruling on "Dolphin Safe" labels where the objectives of the United States were found to be legitimate, just maybe not applicable worldwide. Any countries harvesting tuna in the Pacific Ocean from Southern California to Peru and out almost to Hawaii could qualify for the "Dolphin Safe" label if they are careful. But all too often, tuna are captured using methods involving the chase, netting, and drowning of dolphins.
The World Trade Organization's appellate body issued a ruling today that the U.S. use of "dolphin safe" labels on tuna products discriminates against Mexican producers: [B]y excluding most Mexican tuna products from access to the “... Read Post
Argentina broke global trade rules by imposing a raft of hurdles for goods sold by partners including United States, the EU and Japan, a WTO disputes panel ruled on Friday. In the ruling, the World Trade Organization's watchdog arm ... Read Post