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Peter Ungphakorn

Peter Ungphakorn is a trade policy expert who writes for IEG Policy on agricultural trade relations between the EU and third countries, and on trade issues related to Brexit. Peter was formerly an information officer at the WTO in Geneva.

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China and US exchange harsh words amid concerns of other WTO members

The US has accused China of causing “serious harm” to its trading partners, while China called the accusation unacceptable and insisted it had brought its policies fully into line with the commitments it made when it joined the World Trade Organization (WTO).

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As farm support increases, China seeks agricultural reform: WTO report

With overall support for agriculture in China increasing steadily in recent years, the sector is embarking on complex structural reform to be more environmentally friendly, market oriented, and to develop extended value chains, the latest World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Policy Review report for the country says.

European Agricultural Policy US Agricultural Policy

Talks on EU/UK quota split for meat, dairy, other foods to kick-off soon

Proper negotiations between the UK, EU and other World Trade Organization (WTO) members over post-Brexit tariff quotas are finally set to start in Geneva, almost nine months after London and Brussels first presented their joint approach to interested delegations.

EU United Kingdom

Hard talking on UK and EU WTO tariff quotas finally about to start

Proper negotiations between the UK, EU and other World Trade Organization (WTO) members over post-Brexit tariff quotas are finally set to start in Geneva, almost nine months after London and Brussels first presented their joint approach to interested delegations.

European Agricultural Policy US Agricultural Policy

Analysis: Commission draft raises prospect of no WTO quota deal by Brexit Day

The most revealing part of the European Union Commission’s proposed decision on talks with other World Trade Organization (WTO) members is the prospect of no agreement on agricultural tariff quotas by next March, when the UK leaves the EU.

EU European Agricultural Policy

US files first-ever WTO counter notification against India's wheat, rice subsidies

A counter notification on India's market price support (MPS) subsidies for wheat and rice was filed by the US in the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agriculture Committee May 4, and was announced in a May 9 joint release from US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue.

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