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A World Trade Organization panel has ruled that the United States can proceed with punitive tariffs on between 5 billion and 8 billion euros ($5.5 billion and $8.8 billion) worth of EU imports over a dispute concerning illegal aircraft subsidies, Politico reported Sept. 14, citing four EU officials.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has formally submitted his response to complaints and concerns from members of the Democratic Party in the House of Representatives about the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), Politico reported Sept. 11.
British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has invited ten politicians, including the heads of the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party, to attend a cross-party meeting to consider options for preventing a no-deal Brexit, Politico reported Aug. 21.
The leaders of Italy's main parliamentary groups will meet Aug. 12 to decide the date of the right-wing League party's no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, Politico has reported.
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has called on Vietnam to take steps to reduce its trade deficit with the United States and open its market to more U.S. goods and services, Politico reported July 29.
The European member states of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear deal aren't planning to invoke the agreement's dispute resolution mechanism, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini has said, Politico reported July 15.
French President Emmanuel Macron's top foreign policy adviser, Emmanuel Bonne, has discussed a proposal with Iranian officials for Tehran to freeze its nuclear activities in exchange for no further U.S. sanctions against the country, Politico reported July 10.
The French Senate has approved a digital services tax bill that would implement a 3 percent tax on digital companies with French revenue of at least 25 million euros (roughly $28 million), Politico reported July 11.
In a June 20 letter to the European Commission, the leaders of Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, the Czech Republic and Latvia expressed their support of Brussels' intention to close on a "balanced and reasonable" free trade agreement with the South American trade bloc Mercosur, Politico reported June 26.
Moldovan President Igor Dodon has reversed a June 10 decree made by acting Prime Minister Pavel Filip to dissolve parliament and declare early elections, saying Filip's order was itself not constitutional despite being authorized by the country's constitutional court, Politico reported June 11.
British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that the full text of her withdrawal agreement bill will be published May 24, and confirmed her plans to hold a vote on the bill in the House of Commons in the first week of June, Politico reported May 22.
More than a dozen members of the British Conservative Party have sent a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May to warn her of a potential split within the party over her plan to pursue a cross-party Brexit deal with the Labour Party, Politico reported May 14.
The British National Security Council has reportedly agreed to ban products by Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei from core parts of the United Kingdom's national 5G network but will permit the firm to provide parts for "non-core" sections of the system, Politico reported April 24.