Unfair Trade Practice

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Unfair Trade Practice

Any trade practice that provides or is thought to provide an inequitable advantage to one party. For example, a country may keep its currency artificially weak so as to make its exports cheaper than the situation warrants.
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unfair trade laws, expressed serious concerns regarding the World Trade Organization (WTO) Appellate Body report issued today in India's challenge of a U.
Shujat Ali pointed out that trade & commerce play pivotal role in economic development of a country but in present scenario, unfair trade practices have increased and provision of laws under WTO agreement should be followed in letter and spirit to counter such practices, he added.
18 ( ANI ): America's largest labour organization, the AFL-CIO, has backed President Barack Obama for filing a suit against China for unfair trade practices.
After having exploited many African people in the slavery era, the West keeps denying Africa a fair chance through negative media attention and unfair trade regulations.
Burden, who represents franchisors with intellectual property disputes, business torts, claims of unfair trade practices, class actions, and employment law; Philip V.
This year's Fairtrade Fortnight, which takes place from 26 February to 11 March, will call on people in the UK to make positive changes on unfair trade.
trading partner is manipulating its currency to gain an unfair trade advantage.
We should not fight alleged unfair trade practices abroad with our own unfair trade practice here at home," Wiener remarks.
Unfair trade rules are preventing the developing world from reaping the rewards of a lucrative sugar industry.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001 deemed the FSC-ETI incentive designed to promote United States exports abroad as an unfair trade subsidy.