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Canada-U.S. wood dispute lumbers on through broken WTO process

The WTO has sided with Canada in part of a dispute with the U.S. over the latter’s tariffs on softwood lumber imports from Canada. The next step is for the U.S. to appeal, though a solution is unlikely in the remainder of 2020 given the voting structure for the WTO’s dispute settlement process... Read more →


First Shots or Fast Friends – What To Expect from WEF

The World Economic Forum event at Davos from Jan. 21 to Jan. 24 could be pivotal for U.S.-EU relations. President Donald Trump’s keynote on Tuesday will likely focus on recent deals with China, Japan and South Korea as well as the signing of USMCA, but could also set the tone for dealings with... Read more →


Tariff Quote Watch: LVMH, Diageo Pay The Price For Airbus Subsidies

Airbus’s CEO, Guillaume Faury, has stated that it is “too early to say” what the impact of a WTO ruling on EU subsidies provided to the firm will be in the longer-term. Faury has asserted that tariffs are “pernicious and could cause a slowdown”, particularly once the WTO rules on a related cas... Read more →

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