US Seeks to Delay Talks on Extension of WTO COVID Patent Waivers
Intellectual Property
US Seeks to Delay Talks on Extension of WTO COVID Patent Waivers
2022-12-07 15:57:54
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — The United States will not support extending a Dec. 17 deadline for waiving intellectual property protection for COVID-19 tests and treatments, and instead is asking the U.S. International Trade Commission to first investigate market dynamics such as pricing,... Read More

Think Tanks
Consensus, Sabotage Spoiling WTO According to Former Director
2022-05-13 21:55:52
by Kate Michael

WASHINGTON — As the World Trade Organization plans to convene in Geneva next month for its 12th ministerial conference, top officials — including the WTO’s last director — wonder if this conference will be a “make or break" moment for... Read More

WTO Cancels Meeting, Delaying Vote on IP Waiver for COVID Vaccines
2021-11-30 17:18:00
by Dan McCue

GENEVA, Switzerland — The World Trade Organization has postponed its first ministerial meeting in four years, citing concerns over the new coronavirus variant. The move will effectively delay a vote on a waiver sought by several developing countries on the... Read More

Experts Decry End of 'Fair and Binding' Trade Rules After US Knee-Caps WTO Court
2019-12-10 22:55:10
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON — Trade experts told a congressional panel led by Rep. Stephanie Murphy, D-Fla., on Tuesday that the U.S. businesses and manufacturers will suffer if the decades-old rules-based trading system is allowed to fall by the wayside as the Trump... Read More

WTO Says China Can Impose Sanctions On $3.5B Worth Of US Goods
2019-11-01 20:38:40
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - The World Trade Organization said Friday that China can place new trade sanctions on $3.5 billion of U.S. goods in retaliation for U.S. restrictions on Chinese furniture, steel products and solar panels. The award by an arbitration panel... Read More

Foreign Affairs
Amid Trade Disputes and Reform Demands: WTO Stands at a Crossroads
2019-09-06 21:51:07
by HJ Mai

WASHINGTON - International trade disputes have dominated the newscycle in 2019. Whether it’s the United States and China, the U.S. and the European Union or the EU and China, a functioning world economy needs a fair and regulated trade system. ... Read More

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