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German chancellor warns against trade war as EU tariffs loom

With the EU set to announce new tariffs on Chinese EV imports, German chancellor Olaf Scholz has spoken out against new trade barriers.


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China threatens retaliation against EU as trade dispute widens

Chinese media have raised the prospect of retaliatory tariffs on EU goods if Brussels continues its probes into Beijing's trade practices.


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US announces new tariffs on Chinese imports

New tariffs on $18 billion of Chinese imports have been announced by the US government.


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WTO sees trade growth, but warns of risks

A new report forecasts growth of 5.6 percent in global trade in 2024.


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EU rejects calls for new tariffs on Chinese solar imports

A member of the European Commission has signaled that Brussels is unlikely to impose new tariffs on imports of solar PV panels.


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UK breaks off FTA talks with Canada

Talks on a proposed FTA between Canada and the UK have broken down due to disagreements on agricultural trade rules.


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EU looks for reform of WTO at upcoming summit

The EU's trade chief has set out the bloc's priorities for next month's WTO summit, with reform of the dispute resolution process top of the agenda.


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US agrees to extend truce with Brussels on metals tariffs

A deal to suspend tariffs on goods shipped between the US and EU is set to be extended until at least the end of 2024, it is reported.


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EU trade chief still backs Mercosur deal despite objections

The EU's chief trade representative believes a deal with the Mercosur nations can still be reached in the coming months, despite recent setbacks.


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EU endorses three-year delay for increased car tariffs

The EU has announced a three-year delay to new automotive tariffs after pressure from industry bodies and national governments.