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China Defends Market Economy Hopes After EU Condemnation
May 18, 2016
China Defends Market Economy Hopes After EU Condemnation
China wants market economy status at the WTO, but the European Union has its doubts.
China Defends Market Economy Hopes After EU Condemnation
India: A Late-Bloomer, Not a Latecomer, in Global Economic Leadership
February 23, 2016
India: A Late-Bloomer, Not a Latecomer, in Global Economic Leadership
In recent years, India has elevated its commitments to multilateral economic institutions.
India: A Late-Bloomer, Not a Latecomer, in Global Economic Leadership
Why the EU Should Grant China Market Economy Status
January 05, 2016
Why the EU Should Grant China Market Economy Status
Granting China market status is a political decision, not an economic one.
Why the EU Should Grant China Market Economy Status
Does Kazakhstan’s WTO Accession Hinder Eurasian Integration?
November 25, 2015
Does Kazakhstan’s WTO Accession Hinder Eurasian Integration?
It’s not the only point of contention within the Eurasian Economic Union.
Does Kazakhstan’s WTO Accession Hinder Eurasian Integration?
Kazakhstan's WTO Commitments Will Also Apply to EEU
July 29, 2015
Kazakhstan's WTO Commitments Will Also Apply to EEU
Astana agreed to lower tariffs and it looks like the EEU may have to fall in line as well.
Kazakhstan's WTO Commitments Will Also Apply to EEU
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
July 01, 2015
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
Why urge China to join the international order, and then make it hard for it to do so?
‘Integrating China’ into the Existing Order
Meet the Next Member of the World Trade Organization
June 11, 2015
Meet the Next Member of the World Trade Organization
After 20 years, the region’s biggest economy is set to join the World Trade Organization.
Meet the Next Member of the World Trade Organization
The US Prefers China to Russia in Central Asia
June 03, 2015
The US Prefers China to Russia in Central Asia
State officials are quick to mention Russia's economic troubles, ignore the EEU, and compliment China.
The US Prefers China to Russia in Central Asia
American Protectionism Threatens US-China Trade
October 28, 2014
American Protectionism Threatens US-China Trade
For all its complaints about Beijing's unfair trade policies, the U.S. unfairly targets Chinese goods.
American Protectionism Threatens US-China Trade
Reasons vs. Principles: India at the WTO
July 30, 2014
Reasons vs. Principles: India at the WTO
India’s defense of its food policy is understandable, but it risks isolation from future global markets.
Reasons vs. Principles: India at the WTO
China’s Rare Earths Advantage
April 29, 2014
China’s Rare Earths Advantage
An adverse WTO ruling will do little to upset the dominance China enjoys in this critical sector.
China’s Rare Earths Advantage
WTO Finds Chinese Rare Earth Export Restrictions in Violation of International Trade Law
March 28, 2014
WTO Finds Chinese Rare Earth Export Restrictions in Violation of International Trade Law
The WTO has found Chinese export restriction practices on rare earth metals in violation of global trade laws.
WTO Finds Chinese Rare Earth Export Restrictions in Violation of International Trade Law
US Disputes Indian Solar Power Policy At WTO
February 12, 2014
US Disputes Indian Solar Power Policy At WTO
A U.S. complaint over India's solar program is the second of its kind in a year.
US Disputes Indian Solar Power Policy At WTO
India Wins Big With Global Trade Deal
December 10, 2013
India Wins Big With Global Trade Deal
The WTO's first global trade deal saw India accomplish an important diplomatic objective.
India Wins Big With Global Trade Deal
The Interview: Michael Pettis
February 15, 2013
The Interview: Michael Pettis
“I think the fact that governments often don’t understand the foreign implications of domestic policies is a serious problem…”
The Interview: Michael Pettis
What Will WTO Membership Mean for Laos?
February 07, 2013
What Will WTO Membership Mean for Laos?
Laos’ recent WTO membership stands to benefit the country significantly. But the gains will take work.
What Will WTO Membership Mean for Laos?
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