The World Trade Organization (WTO) headquarters are seen in Geneva on April 12, 2018. A new WTO panel ruling means countries won't be able to invoke national security concerns at will when imposing trade restrictions on others.
For 25 years, the World Trade Organization (WTO) has not had to rule on a major national security case; now, however, it has -- and that could set a precedent for all future national security-related cases, including trade disputes launched by U.S. President Donald Trump. On April 5, a WTO...
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