De Lima hits NFA rice import policy
Justice Secretary Leila de Lima has confirmed taking a position against the policy of the Department of Agriculture on rice importation.
Trending on the Topix Network
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Overnight Energy: Bill blocking Obama climate rule clears House
HOUSE SLAMS EPA CARBON RULE: Legislation that would deal a significant blow to an Obama administration rule, which would reign in the country's biggest polluters, passed the House on Thursday.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
a US 'sabotages' visit by Russian experts for talks on WTO
The US barred a group of Russian agriculture officials from entering the country for a planned negotiation over Kazakhstan's accession to the World Trade Organization.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
GOP senators seek trade actions against Russia
President Barack Obama should sever trade talks with Russia and also try to kick the country out of international organizations over its military intervention in Ukraine, several Republican senators said Saturday.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
PM insists Kazakhstan make maximum efforts to finish WTO accession process
ASTANA. Feb 28 - Kazakhstan's prime minister insisted on Friday that the country make maximum efforts this year to finish talks as part of its process of accession to the World Trade Organization .
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Travel Industry Wire
World Committee on Tourism Ethics to Focus on the Exploitation of...
The protection of children from all forms of exploitation, the fight against trafficking, anti-poaching and accessible tourism for all are among the work priorities defined by the newly formed World Committee on Tourism Ethics .
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Russia Digs In on EU Pork Ban
A Russian ban on pork imports from the European Union threatens to escalate into a fight at the World Trade Organization, the latest in a series of disputes that have frayed ties between Brussels and Moscow.
Japan may turn to WTO over ore export ban: report
The Japanese government is set to seek talks with Indonesia through the WTO this month, the report said, without citing sources.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
City Paper's Baltics Worldwide
WTO Report: Russia takes illegal actions against exporters from EU
On Thursday, during the presentation of the World Trade Organization Annual Report analysing the development of the international trade policy, the European Union raised the issue related to the restrictions on the import of pork to Russia, informs LETA/ELTA.... Read more...
Mon Feb 10, 2014
U.S. launches new trade action against India over solar program
The United States on Monday launched a fresh challenge to India's national solar program, saying its domestic content requirements discriminate against U.S. manufacturers.
IWS Documented News Service
[Iws] Cecc: China's Compliance with the World Trade Organization and...
When China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001 it was hoped that China would strengthen the rule of law, open its markets to U.S. goods, end discriminatory trading policies, and increase transparency, bringing benefits to both the United States and China.
Sun Feb 09, 2014
U.S. aid plan seeks to shield Afghanistan from end to war economy
The Obama administration will unveil on Monday a package of aid initiatives it hopes will help Afghanistan, still one of the world's poorest countries after a dozen years of massive international aid efforts, shield itself from the departure of foreign troops and an expected drop in assistance.