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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

We Think They Should Legalize the Trade of Rhino Horn

GotHunts.com Hunting Guides and Outfitters - Outdoors International - Your source for tested and proven hunting guides and outfitters around the world Legalize the Sale o Rhino Horn I think that we should legalize the trade of rhino horn in order to save them, and here's why. 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.

These Are The Banks The Market Is Most Concerned About

While there are numerous financial institutions in the world that are full of hidden NPLs and over-leveraged, trading at extreme levels of risk, the FSA's "Too-Interconnected-To-Fail" list of systemically critical banks is where global investors' attention is really focused. Show More Summary

TPP Signing Only Marks Beginning of Fight, Says Bernie Sanders and Activists

One of the world’s biggest multinational trade deals has been signed by 12 member nations. The Trans-Pacific Partnership encompasses 12 Pacific Rim nations, including the United States, and 40 percent of the world’s economy. Opponents say it will benefit corporations at the expense of health, the environment, free speech and labor rights. Show More Summary

Team calls for integrated field research network in Midwest to address climate adaptation

URBANA, Ill. - From a global trade and agriculture perspective, the world heavily depends on the Midwest. The United States is the biggest exporter in the world of primary foodstuffs, such as corn and soybean, with most of that predominantly...Show More Summary

Non-Dollar Trading: Emerging Economies Deal a Heavy Blow to Petrodollar

Experts have given the petrodollar a fatal diagnosis. Falling crude prices have accelerated the petrodollar's demise, dealing a heavy blow to the system that has long facilitated the US dollar's world reserve currency status.

Britain's pro-EU campaign predicts big victory in vote

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will vote to stay in the EU by a "substantial margin" predicted the leader of a campaign to keep the world's fifth-largest economy in the trading bloc, slating the opposing "out" movement for what he said was failure to present an alternative to membership.

From QE To Negative Interest, It's The End Of The World As We Know It

The QE trade doesn't have a leg to stand on. Corporate America is complaining about a recession. Prepare for European-style negative interest rates.

Secret TPP Talks Spur Global Action: Find an Event Near You

An international series of events breaks out in response to the trade deal. Activists around the world have kicked off a series of protests over the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal in New Zealand. The TPP encompasses 12 Pacific Rim nations, including the United States, and 40 percent of the world’s economy. Show More Summary

Ranking the NHL's Biggest Trade Coups in the Past Decade

Good trades can make a world of difference for an NHL franchise, and each of the 30 general managers in the league is looking to do just that as the Feb. 29 deadline approaches. Not all GMs are going to be able to give their teams aShow More Summary

Pacific Grim: How the controversial TPP signed away your digital rights - CNET

After years of negotiation, the 12 countries behind the Trans-Pacific Partnership have finally signed off on a trade deal worth almost half the world's GDP. So how did we get here? And what exactly have we walked into?

TPP Deal Signed by 12 Countries to Enhance Trade Standards - Obama

Twelve countries signed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade agreement in an effort to raise standards of doing business in a fast-growing region of the world, US President Barack Obama said in a statement.

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.

Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal signed, but years of negotiations still to come

By Rebecca Howard WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The Trans-Pacific Partnership, one of the world's biggest multinational trade deals, was signed by 12 member nations on Thursday in New Zealand, but the massive trade pact will still require years of tough negotiations before it becomes a reality. Show More Summary

Australia Iron Ore Shipments to China Dip as Weather Shuts Port

Shipments of iron ore to China from Port Hedland, Australia, which handles a fifth of the world's seaborne trade, fell 17.6 percent in January from the previous

LG Says G5 Set for February 21 Debut

LG used its Twitter account to tease the G5, its next flagship phone. The handset will mark its debut at a press event to be held February 21 in Barcelona during the Mobile World Congress trade show. LG didn't provide any details about the phone itself, other than the G5 name.

A Great Achievement in Economic Diplomacy

Tomorrow, in Auckland, New Zealand, the United States and 11 other countries will sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a new free trade agreement that encompasses nearly 40% of the world's economy, and includes three of our four largest trading partners. Show More Summary

Got a Mind for Finance? Consider Freelance Trading

As the world of self-employment grows, so do our opportunities. The days of being limited to one type of specialty are gone, replaced by exciting and innovative gigs. Today's freelancers have incredible options to work when they want,...Show More Summary

Bill Gross Trolls "Addled, Impotent" Central Bankers, Asks "How's It Workin' For Ya?"

It's no secret that trillions in global QE and the descent into the NIRP twilight zone have done very little to resuscitate global growth and trade in the wake of the crisis. Indeed, eight years on and the world is mired in subpar growth...Show More Summary

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