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MSF to Treat Less Patients Amid Potential TPP-Triggered Drug Price Hike

Judit Rius, a legal policy adviser for the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) organization, said that the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement will have an immediate global impact, with medicine price increases, which "will make it much more difficult for MSF patients to have access to affordable medicines."

TTIP Can Reach Multilateral Level Discussion - World Farmers' Organization

The United States and the EU member states could further their discussion on establishing the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) at a multilateral level, the President of the World Farmers' Organization (WFO) told Sputnik on Saturday.

WTO Public Forum Warps Up Leaving Trade Organization’s Future Clouded

The World Trade Organization (WTO) Public Forum 2015, which took place in Geneva under the slogan "Trade Works," has wrapped up addressing the most pressing issues, though leaving the question of what the WTO future is going to be like unanswered.

Europe Farmers Call for Multilateral Approach to Devising Fair Trade Rules

European dairy farmers are calling for a multilateral World Trade Organization (WTO) approach to establishing fair trade rules, a farmers' union representative said Friday.

Fate of Anti-Russia Sanctions Depends on Interpretation - Ex-WTO Official

Russia could bring the issue of Western sanctions to a World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement panel, but winning the case could depend on an interpretation of what US national security concerns specifically are, former Chair of the WTO Appellate Body Georges Abi-Saab told Sputnik on Thursday.

Regional Free Trade Deals May Create 'Legal Mess' Within WTO Framework

New regional mega-agreements on free trade between the United States, Europe, Pacific Rim nations and some World Trade Organization (WTO) members will create numerous legal problems within the WTO framework, a panelist at the WTO Public Forum session on legal affairs warned on Thursday.

BRICS, WTO Members Should 'Multilateralize' TTIP, TPP - Ex-EC Official

Members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the BRICS developing economies should expand negotiations on creating regional trade groups like TTIP and TPP, the European Commission’s former director general for the environment told Sputnik on Thursday.

Making Trade More Inclusive

This week, I will be joining a panel of women in trade at the World Trade Organization's Public Forum in Geneva, Switzerland. Along with Lilianne Ploumen, Trade Minister from the Netherlands; Yuejiao Zhang of China's International Trade...Show More Summary

WTO May Address Trade Relations With Sanctions-Hit Russia

The World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General Roberto Azevedo said that the trade sanctions against Russia could be discussed within framework of WTO.

WTO Welcomes Iran Accession Bid

The World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General Roberto Azevedo said that Iran could join WTO, but he had not received any recent communications from Tehran.

WTO cuts trade forecasts after trade shrinks in first half of 2015

GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Trade Organization cut its forecasts for global goods trade on Wednesday after quarterly growth turned negative, with trade shrinking by an average of 0.7 percent in the first two quarters of this year. The...Show More Summary

Newswire: Netflix and Hulu divvy up the spoils of cable and network TV

Like the Berlin Conference of 1884 that carved up the African continent into a brightly colored map (for colonization and trade regulation purposes), Netflix and Hulu are snapping up swaths of existing programs, organizing them according to red and green logos, and regulating their availability for customers. Show More Summary

Saving Money in Importing and Global Trade: Lessons for Procurement

Categories: Procurement, Risk Performance and Compliance, World Trade Tags: L2, Process & Best Practice It is rare to find procurement organizations with generalized, significant, hands-on experience in global trade. The vast majority of procurement teams abdicate responsibility for global trade duties to import, customs and compliance teams. Show More Summary

UBM in ‘Highly Preliminary’ Talks to Sell PR Newswire

The British marketing company and organizer of trade shows said it was meeting with several parties to potentially sell the business.

Solitary Confinement Coffee May Be The Worst Branding Idea Ever

Jailhouse Coffee Do prison cells sell? That seems to be the idea behind Solitary Sumatra, an organic, fair trade coffee blend sold by Jailhouse Coffee, a newish small-batch roastery in New York City. The coffee is not made by prisoners...Show More Summary

A Disruption Cautionary Tale

Bagel-making was still a skilled trade then, restricted to members of the International Beigel Bakers Union, as the name was Romanized after the organization was founded in New York in 1907. (Until well into the 1950s, the minutes of the union’s board meetings were taken down in Yiddish.) The bagel-maker’s craft was passed down from […]

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, International Trade and Arithmetic Problems at the Washington Post

The Washington Post ran an editorial yesterday worrying about the end of globalization. It told readers: "Freshly released data from the World Trade Organization and other economic forecasts show that the world is on course for its third...Show More Summary

Ukraine's Anti-Russia Sanctions Violate WTO Norms

Russian Economic Development Minister thinks that anti-Russian sanctions imposed by Ukraine violate the norms outlined by the World Trade Organization.

Press Publish 16: Jason Kint on how worried publishers should be about the arrival of adblockers on mobile

It’s Episode 16 of Press Publish, the Nieman Lab podcast! My guest today is Jason Kint. Jason is CEO of Digital Content Next, which I confess I liked better under its old name, the Online Publishers Association. It’s the trade organization representing most of the country’s largest online publishers. I wanted to talk to Jason...

19 Organic Food Organizations and Businesses Working to Protect Consumers and the Global Environment

The Organic Trade Association (OTA), a membership-based organization of organic food companies, is working to bust myths about organic food. "Despite organic sales and accessibility at all-time highs, consumer confusion about organic benefits remains significant," say Laura Batcha, CEO of OTA. Show More Summary

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