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Nine Issues to Watch During UN General Assembly Week

Heads-of-state meetings at the UN General Assembly from Sept. 24 could yield progress in five major areas of trade policy, with another four that are unlikely to be addressed or make only a little headway. A U.S.-Japan mini-deal will be the centerpiece and will focus on agriculture. Yet, there... Read more →


Cargill, Sucden Down After India’s Sugar Subsidy Rush

The Indian government will extend sugar export subsidies by as much as 60% in the next harvest year to Oct. 31, 2020 despite a World Trade Organization complaint brought by Brazil and Australia. That would suggest the Modi administration will continue to aggressively use trade protectionism to... Read more →


3Q 2019 Policy Outlook: Change is The Only Constant

The global trade policy landscape will continue to throw out risks for global supply chains throughout the rest of 2019. This report looks at 10 major events that could occur over the coming six months. The Trump administration will feature in five of the main events including: U.S.-China trad... Read more →


Panjiva Insights: The Future of Trade Is Open

This week’s FT-Finastra World Trade Symposium discussed the future for world trade – Panjiva research found four main conclusions. First, while free trade is still a good thing there’s a lot wrong with how it is conducted, in particular with operations of the WTO that need to be reformed. The ... Read more →


Fine Words as WTO Fails to Progress Fine Paper Case

The WTO’s dispute panel has not been able to make progress on a U.S.-Canada paper case and India-U.S. poultry case due to a lack of resources. A meeting including the EU, Japan and 11 other countries has committed to reforming WTO rules on dispute settlement and improve enforcement of WTO stan... Read more →

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