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China says EU should take steel dumping claims to WTO

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Ministry of Commerce said that claims it was dumping steel in Europe should be put to the World Trade Organization (WTO), responding to reports that the European Commission (EC) was preparing to impose duties on imported Chinese steel. Show More Summary

U.S., India in talks to settle solar power trade dispute

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States and India are in talks that could settle a long-running solar power trade dispute, delaying the announcement of a ruling by the World Trade Organization, an Obama administration official said on Friday.

WTO Should Referee Disputes Over Data Flows Across National Borders

The World Trade Organization offers a readily available mechanism to resolve disputes between the US and other nations over attempts to police the Internet across international borders, according to a joint report by Chatham House and Global Commission on Internet Governance.

World Health Organization Warns Against Travel, Trade Bans For Zika Virus

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

The World Health Organization on Monday cautioned against instituting travel or trade bans in response to the Zika virus, even as it declared the outbreak to be a public health emergency. "The committee found no public health justification for restrictions on travel or trade to prevent the spread of Zika virus," WHO Director-General Dr. Show More Summary

MGEX Sets New Open Interest Record

MGEX has set a record for its highest open interest total in its 135-year history. This news release from the trading organization said it closed the day Tuesday at 82,279. This breaks the previous record of 82,056 set on April 17, 2014. The Exchange has seen an increase in open interest each of the past seven days and has now... Read More

Russia Interested in Joint Fight Against Terrorism With Turkmenistan

Moscow hopes to develop and strengthen cooperation with Ashgabat in both bilateral and international issues, including the fight against terrorism, illegal drug trade, and organized crime, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday.

Pedal Forward: A New B Corp

For those of you who haven't heard, there's a new kind of corporation in town. The B Corp is to business what Fair Trade certification is to coffee or USDA Organic certification is to milk. B Corps are for-profit companies certifiedShow More Summary

Jeff Teague Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation on Hawks PG

Jeff Teague has developed into a key offensive player for the Atlanta Hawks over the past few seasons, but the organization may be open to parting ways with him. Continue for updates. Report: Knicks Showing Interest in Teague Wednesday, Jan. Show More Summary

Possibility Of OPEC Cutting Oil Production Fraught With Complications

The oil market is seeing its most extreme levels of volatility in recent memory and continues to trade within range of 12-year lows. Yet, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), is doing nothing to boost prices. Depending on which commentator, with what point of view and political leanings you speak [...]

Finance Minister: Ukraine Seeks Canada's Backing in WTO Dispute With Russia

Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko has asked Canadian International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland for support in Ukraine’s trade dispute with Russia within the World Trade Organization (WTO), Jaresko said on Saturday.

Iran Bans Re-Export of Turkish Agriculture Products to Russia

The Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPOI) has banned its firms from re-exporting Turkish products to Russia, national media cited its deputy director as saying Saturday.

NFL Draft 2016: Analyzing 1st-Round Mock Projections After Bowl Games

The 2016 NFL draft is interesting for many reasons but perhaps most of all for its outstanding depth. While early in the process, it doesn't look like there's an absolute can't-miss player who organizations would kill to trade up for in the first round. Show More Summary

GDDR5X Standard Finalized by JEDEC: New Graphics Memory up to 14 Gbps

In Q4 2015, JEDEC (a major semiconductor engineering trade organization that sets standards for dynamic random access memory, or DRAM) finalized the GDDR5X specification, with accompianing white papers. This is the memory specification which is expected to be used for next-generation graphics cards and other devices. Show More Summary

Anti-TPP, Anti-Monsanto Protests to Take Place in Latin American Countries

Protests against the US agricultural biotechnology giant Monsanto and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal will take place on Friday in Argentina, Peru and Chile, the organizers said.

Big Plans: Iran Hopes to Join World Trade Organization in 2016

Iran hopes to join the World Trade Organization this year, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's chief of staff Mohammad Nahavandian told Sputnik, calling to expedite the process.

Red Light, Green Light: Evaluating NBA Trade Rumors at Season's Midway Point

Even with less than one month remaining until the NBA trade deadline on Feb. 18, the rumor mill hasn't heated up to a scalding temperature. No organizations are floating around true superstars, and it feels as if few squads have emerged...Show More Summary

Schlumberger Fires 10,000 As It Announces A $10 Billion Stock Buyback

When your organic growth is over, your revenue just missed consensus expectations once again ($7.74Bn vs $7.77BN expected), your stock is trading near 4 years lows and and you are stuck in the imploding energy sector, what do you do?...Show More Summary

Lightning suspend former No. 3 pick after he skips AHL game amid trade rumors

The suspension is the latest development in the Jonathan Drouin saga. Jonathan Drouin, the former third overall pick of the 2013 NHL Draft, has been suspended from the Tampa Bay Lightning organization after he failed to report to an AHL game. Show More Summary

Québec Wants to Ban Grilled Cheese; In-N-Out Pop-Up in Australia Sells Out in 10 Minutes

Five things to know today. It's Wednesday, January 20 and on this day in 1911 the National Coffee Association was founded; it remains one of America's oldest trade organizations. In other news, the government in Québec is trying to ban...Show More Summary

Ukraine to Challenge Russian Transit Restrictions at WTO

Ukrainian Trade Representative Natalia Mykolska said that Ukrainian authorities will challenge Russia's restrictions on the transit of Ukrainian products with the World Trade Organization.

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