Find trending articles through Social News Discovery®! Providing a collaboration of news through social media technologies.
Follow your friends and create your own Online Social Newspaper! Invite your friends to follow you from Facebook. Filter the news articles you see by section, clipper, or mood. Rate each article and comment on all news clips!
Receive site and email notifications about comments and news clips that you are collaborating on!
Get the latest news on the Everyone page, the viral and trending news clips will always be at the top! See the trending news and articles!
"BRUSSELS , Oct . 14 ( Xinhua ) - - The European Union ( EU ) on Thursday appealed a ruling by the World Trade Organization ( WTO ) that the EU and its several member states had failed to end illegal subsidies to aircraft maker Airbus .", news.xinhuanet.com
"'Dramatic slowing in global trade: WTO' on Yahoo7 Finance Australia. Trade, the lifeblood of the world economy, is growing at its slowest rate in seven years and could falter even more should anti-globalisation sentiment encourage governments to throw up more barriers, the World Trade Organisation says. The WTO dramatically slashed its forecast for trade growth this year by about a third to its lowest rate since 2009, when the global economy was mired in recession after the financial crisis. In an update to its forecasts on Tuesday, the world's leading trade body said anti-globalisation sentiment could make matters worse, especially if policymakers respond in what it called a 'misguided' manner.", au.finance.yahoo.com
"'India can't block US solar imports: WTO' on Yahoo7 Finance Australia. The World Trade Organisation has ruled against India and delivered a victory to US companies that make solar batteries and equipment. Rejecting India's appeal of a February ruling, the Geneva-based trade group said on Friday that India violated world trade rules by requiring solar-power companies use made-in-India equipment when they sell electricity to the government. US solar exports to India dropped 90 per cent after the country adopted the rules in 2011.", au.finance.yahoo.com
"WASHINGTON/SHANGHAI (Reuters) — The United States on Tuesday launched a challenge to China’s price supports for domestic wheat, corn and rice at the World Trade Organization, charging that these far exceed limits that China committed to when it joined the WTO in 2001.", the-japan-news.com
"GENEVA (AP) — Global trade is not the main cause for the loss of manufacturing jobs in places like the United States and needs to be defended from its critics, the chief of the World Trade Organization said Wednesday. Director-General Roberto Azevedo rebuffed arguments made by some politicians around the world, such as U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump, that global trade deals are destroying jobs or causing them to move to lower-cost countries. Azevedo defended the WTO's role in helping to resolve disputes like a recent U.S. complaint alleging China unfairly limits raw materials exports, hurting U.S. manufacturers. Asked about the impact of Britain's vote to quit the European Union on international trade, Azevedo said WTO officials were 'still exploring' the consequences.", www.stamfordadvocate.com
"Stock futures pointed to a lower opening for Canada's main stock index as oil prices slipped on concerns that a persistent global glut of crude oil and refined products will impede any recovery The S&P/TSX Composite gained 20.72 points to close ...", www.baystreet.ca
"OTTAWA - Canada, the United States and Mexico on Wednesday demanded that all major steel-producing nations make a strong and immediate commitment to address the problem of excess capacity in the industry. A joint statement called for an end to government subsidies and supports that artificially maintain capacity, but did not name any country. The United States has acted several times to counter what it says is dumping of some Chinese steel products. REUTERS", www.todayonline.com
Please enjoy the site during our beta phase and provide us with feedback on suggestions and issue details. Please remember that we are still in beta and there will be issues and site changes during this time.
Newsclip® the leading Online Social Newspaper, find trending articles through Social News Discovery®!
You can reopen the "Getting Started Tutorial" dialog from within the About menu in the top right corner.