Thank you, Santiago, for inviting me to join you today. It is a pleasure to be with you. Let me also join Santiago in thanking you for taking your time this morning and this week for focusing on the fisheries subsidies. I know you have an intensive week ...

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WTO | News - Speech - DG Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala - Negotiating Group on Rules — Fisheries Subsidies: Plenary meeting at the level of Heads of Delegation
Thank you, Santiago, for inviting me to join you today. It is a pleasure to be with you. Let me also join Santiago in thanking you for taking your time this morning and this week for focusing on the fisheries subsidies. I know you have an intensive week ahead of you but I think this is really necessary if we are to reach an outcome as soon as possible this year.
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US whiskey and wine exporters brace for a summer of tariffs | TheHill
Summer is coming, and it’s shaping up to be a bad one for U.S. whiskey and wine exporters.
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WTO chief seeks solutions to 'glaring' vaccine inequity, upbeat on IP waiver | Reuters
GENEVA (Reuters) - The head of the World Trade Organization said on Monday a meeting this week to tackle “glaring” inequity in COVID-19 vaccine allocation will be attended by major manufacturers and look at solutions such as firing up idle or under-used manufacturing plants in Africa and Asia.
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EU sets provisional tariffs on Chinese aluminium products | Reuters
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union has set provisional tariffs on aluminium flat-rolled products from China after an initial investigation found they were being sold into the bloc at artificially low prices.
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Brazil, India, and China have reduced tariffs since 2000, approaching US and EU rates | PIIE

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