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China, US Fight Over China’s Market Economy Status
December 02, 2017

China, US Fight Over China’s Market Economy Status

By Charlotte Gao
U.S. opposes China market economy status at WTO and launches ‘historic’ anti-dumping investigations against China.
EU's New Anti-Dumping Rules Threaten Trade Relations With China
December 01, 2017

EU's New Anti-Dumping Rules Threaten Trade Relations With China

By Magda Tsakalidou
Despite not naming any country, China seems to be the obvious target of new anti-dumping rules.

Kyrgyzstan Alerts WTO to Kazakhstan Border Kerfuffle
October 19, 2017

Kyrgyzstan Alerts WTO to Kazakhstan Border Kerfuffle

By Catherine Putz
Kazakhstan has stymied trade at the border, but the quicksand poured first from President Atambayev’s mouth.

China 'Urgently' Bans Foreign Trash Imports
July 20, 2017

China 'Urgently' Bans Foreign Trash Imports

By Charlotte Gao
The U.S. and Japan are the two biggest exporters of plastic waste to China.

The Future of China-US Relations in the Trump Era
February 04, 2017

The Future of China-US Relations in the Trump Era

By Shen Dingli
How will the Trump administration influence US-China ties in the political, economic, and security spheres?
Market Economy Status for China: The Views From Brussels and Beijing
July 25, 2016

Market Economy Status for China: The Views From Brussels and Beijing

By Insa Ewert and Jan Philipp Pöter
A closer look at the market economy debate between China and the EU.

The TPP and the Sputtering Global Trade System
January 26, 2016

The TPP and the Sputtering Global Trade System

By Stephen Olson
Can agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership fortify a troubled international trade system?
Does Kazakhstan’s WTO Accession Hinder Eurasian Integration?
November 25, 2015

Does Kazakhstan’s WTO Accession Hinder Eurasian Integration?

By Catherine Putz
It’s not the only point of contention within the Eurasian Economic Union.

How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation
November 18, 2015

How the TPP Could Prevent Currency Manipulation

By Meg Lundsager
The Trans-Pacific Partnership has a range of provisions that could help fight currency manipulation.

TPP: A Step Forward in Multilateral Cooperation
October 16, 2015

TPP: A Step Forward in Multilateral Cooperation

By Valbona Zeneli
The Trans-Pacific Partnership could be a building block for future multilateral cooperation.

Is India's APEC Membership on the Table at this Year's Summit?
September 08, 2015

Is India's APEC Membership on the Table at this Year's Summit?

By Ankit Panda
India's decades-old ambition for APEC membership may be more plausible today than ever.
Kazakhstan's WTO Commitments Will Also Apply to EEU
July 29, 2015

Kazakhstan's WTO Commitments Will Also Apply to EEU

By Catherine Putz
Astana agreed to lower tariffs and it looks like the EEU may have to fall in line as well.

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