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We don’t have much clue how big trade-distorting subsidies are, let alone how to constrain them
British companies sending goods to the bloc braced for more checks by EU authorities
Asia to drive LNG growth for ‘decades to come’ as group prepares to boost output
Role of the European Court of Justice in policing the arrangements is biggest sticking point
Move makes it easier for global corporate tax overhaul to come into effect in 2023
Move against Malaysia’s Supermax follows UK claims that health service procurements have passed due diligence
The WTO aims for a neutral give-us-the-facts approach and lets member governments do the fighting
Accord could ‘pave the way’ to joining trans-Pacific bloc but is unlikely to boost GDP
Agreement to buy as much as 5m tonnes a year will more than double Chinese imports of the fuel from America
More evidence of how strong demand for consumer durables is right now.
Neither current shortages nor the green transition may deliver the sustained high prices that exporters hope for
Companies desperate to get hold of parts and goods in the run-up to Christmas are turning to airlines to fulfil orders
Beijing cements control of key EU infrastructure but locals say they have not seen the investment they expected
Okonjo-Iweala addressed shipping issues, global trade and Covid vaccine access at FT Africa Summit
Delays are now affecting every industry and economy to varying degrees
The US president’s domestic problems are hobbling his efforts to defend freedom overseas
Policy is playing only a limited role in controlling global carbon emissions
Western companies will have to decide between profit and ethics
Suspension of shipments following mad cow cases threatens $4bn a year trade
EU countries want European Commission to be ready if Britain suspends key part of Brexit deal
Chair of one of the biggest container port operators cites soaring production and labour costs
British shipbuilders and American steelmakers are using dubious carve-outs to block foreign competition
Brussels and London remain far apart on key aspects of trading arrangements
Negotiation, not confrontation, is needed over post-Brexit trade rules
Brussels says its proposals are a final chance to end bitter trade rift with London