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Canada has repeatedly questioned India's farm policies Canada has repeatedly questioned India's farm policies at the World Trade Organisation as well.

Canada has repeatedly questioned India's farm policies Canada has repeatedly questioned India's farm policies at the World Trade Organisation as well.

India considers SCO as an important regional organisation to promote cooperation in the areas of peace, security, trade, economy & culture. We're committed to deepening our cooperation with SCO by playing proactive, positive & constructive role: Vikas Swarup, Secretary (West),MEA

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Analysis: Arguments over coal, wine and barley can be taken to an independent umpire at the World Trade Organisation. But there is no independent umpire for China's new affront | @CroweDM 

Arguments over coal, wine and barley can be taken to an independent umpire at the World Trade Organisation. But there is no independent umpire for this new affront. | ANALYSIS #china  #SAS  #auspol  #foreignaffairs 

"The World Trade Organisation is pretty much a toothless tiger because it is at the mercy of what the member states dictate and China's a very powerful member state." The Morrison government has taken our trade dispute with China to the World Trade Organisation. #9News 

"The World Trade Organisation is pretty much a toothless tiger because it is at the mercy of what the member states dictate and China's a very powerful member state." The Morrison government has taken our trade dispute with China to the World Trade Organisation. #9News 

"The World Trade Organisation is pretty much a toothless tiger because it is at the mercy of what the member states dictate and China's a very powerful member state." The Morrison government has taken our trade dispute with China to the World Trade Organisation. #9News 

"The World Trade Organisation is pretty much a toothless tiger because it is at the mercy of what the member states dictate and China's a very powerful member state." The Morrison government has taken our trade dispute with China to the World Trade Organisation. #9News 

India considers SCO as an important regional organisation to promote cooperation in the areas of peace, security, trade, economy & culture. We're committed to deepening our cooperation with SCO by playing proactive, positive & constructive role: Vikas Swarup, Secretary (West),MEA

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The Australian government is now actively considering the possibility of taking action against China via the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

Trade Minister Simon Birmingham says Australia is now “actively discussing” the option of taking China to international umpire the World Trade Organisation over its tariffs on barley.

Australia is preparing to take China to the World Trade Organisation as a tariff dispute over grain escalates.

Trade Minister Simon Birmingham says Australia is now "actively discussing" the option of taking China to the international umpire – the World Trade Organisation – over its tariffs on barley | @Gallo_Ways 

Gordon Brown has endorsed Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala to lead the World Trade Organisation, arguing that she has a record of delivering results in “the toughest of jobs”

The federal government is prepared to fight Beijing at the World Trade Organisation after the Chinese Ministry of Commerce launched an anti-dumping investigation into Australian wine | @JennieDuke 

World Trade Organisation has enabled President Trump to impose tariffs on roughly $7.5 billion worth of European goods, after WTO ruling that EU granted illegal subsidies to Airbus over many years.

The US President is now in open conflict with the US Congress, the US Federal Reserve, the US Secretary of Defense, China, the EU, the World Trade Organisation and a couple of others. Otherwise it’s OK.

NEW: PM tells me on that WTO tariffs “would kick in” if there’s a No Deal Brexit in a few months time: “we would go onto the basis of WTO tariffs and so those world trade organisation tariffs would kick in” 10% on cars, 30%+ dairy, 3% engines...

JUST IN: China formally notifies World Trade Organisation it is suspending trade concessions to the United States on products including ethanol in response to U.S. duties on aluminium and steel - WTO document

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