Legislation | 18 June 2019

UK supports WTO reform at G20 meeting

The UK's trade minister is among those hoping for resolution of the WTO's problems.

Legislation | 12 June 2019

Nigeria to enter African Free Trade Agreement?

It has been claimed that Nigeria will enter the African Continental Free Trade Area this summer.

Legislation | 12 June 2019

Companies 'may be underestimating risk' of lack of customs compliance

The risk of failing to comply with customs laws can be greater than many companies think, one legal expert has said.

Legislation | 11 June 2019

South Korea signs FTA with Britain

Another continuity agreement has been agreed, this time between Britain and South Korea.

Legislation | 4 June 2019

WTO pledges support for African integration

Roberto Azevedo wants to support Africa as it continues its economic development.

Legislation | 28 May 2019

EU, China and Thailand step in on WTO complaint over India

More countries have joined the fray in a complaint over Indian import tariffs.

Legislation | 23 May 2019

Vietnam and EU commit to partnership as EVFTA nears completion

A Joint Committee meeting between the EU and Vietnam suggests implementation of the EVFTA could be getting nearer.

Legislation | 15 May 2019

Trump's tariffs 'are damaging USMCA agreement'

Donald Trump's economic policies are harming the one agreement he has said he is keen to push forward, according to one expert.

Legislation | 8 May 2019

Turkey signs free trade agreement with Bosnia

Turkey has agreed an FTA with Bosnia and Herzegovina that could boost their economic prosperity.

Legislation | 2 May 2019

EU/Canada FTA rules 'do not breach EU law'

Judges have ruled in favour of the EU/Canada free trade agreement in a dispute with a Belgian state.