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The U.S. and the Philippines have shored up a number of trade agreement issues related to agricultural products and processes, and will continue to negotiate relief from the Trump administration’s steel and aluminum tariffs, according to statement by the U.S. trade representative on Monday.
Brazil launched a formal challenge with the World Trade Organization on Monday claiming China has violated established multilateral trade agreements by imposing a set of supplemental tariffs on sugar imports that exceed an annual quota.
Canada will convene a summit this week aimed at reforming and improving the beleaguered World Trade Organization, which has been inundated with criticism and stonewalling from the Trump administration, the country announced Monday.
The U.S. Court of International Trade on Monday rejected the Trump administration’s bid to delay the implementation of a recent ban on seafood imported from Mexico that is caught with an all-encompassing net that kills the world’s smallest and most endangered porpoise.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel reiterated Monday that she would halt all military sales to Saudi Arabia unless and until its role in the "monstrosity" that is the recent death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is fully cleared up, as German officials urged other European nations to also cut off Saudi arms sales.