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China’s Violations of WTO Regulations Leading to Mistrust

The WTO is the world trade rule-setting organization. It was created after the World War II trade agreement between countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom to encourage economic ties and maintain a peaceful world, based on mutual values. It promotes unanimous decisions and requires all members to adhere to certain principles. […]

Australians Call for Boycott of Chinese Businesses

Not taking it lying down, Australians call for a boycott of Chinese businesses. Around 41 wineries and vineyards have called for boycotting of all...

China Joins RCEP, But Will Beijing Honor Commitments?

China signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (RCEP) on Nov. 15, joining 14 other countries in a free trade zone that will cut...

US Advisor Wants China Removed From the WTO

An economic advisor to U.S. President Trump has suggested that China needs to be expelled from the World Trade Organization (WTO) because of its...

China Playing All Cards Against US Trade Sanctions

Under pressure from U.S. tariffs that have critically hit their exports, Beijing will reportedly seek the permission of the World Trade Organization (WTO) to...

The Global Fallout of the US-China Trade War

The ongoing U.S.-China trade war has the entire world on edge. Many see this conflict as a prelude to what could be a seismic...

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