World Trade Organization
U.S. Tariffs Violated WTO Rules, Panel Finds
The WTO sided with a complaint from China over tariffs imposed on about $234 billion in goods in 2018.
U.S. Gets OK to Put up to $7.5B in Tariffs on EU
The World Trade Organization rules the U.S. can retaliate for illegal subsidies to Airbus, possibly escalating trade tensions.
WTO Rebuffs Trump on ‘National Security’ Claims
A decision in a Russia-Ukraine trade dispute rejects an argument Trump has made to justify a 25% tariff on global auto imports.
U.S. Blasts China’s Free Trade Posture at WTO
“We have now entered the realm of Alice in Wonderland,” the U.S. envoy to the WTO says. “White is black. Up is down.”
WTO Forecasts 2.4% Growth in Trade This Year
The organization warns that protectionist policies could "undermine higher trade growth over the next two years."
WTO Tells U.S. to Withdraw Boeing Tax Break
A finding that a Washington state measure amounted to an illegal subsidy given the EU a partial victory in a trade battle with the U.S.
WTO Slashes 2015 Growth Forecast to 2.8%
The downward revision from April's 3.3% prediction reflects China's economic slowdown, which has crimped Asia's export growth.