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3

Japan´s WTO petition over South Korea shipbuilding signals renewed tensions

The origin of the dispute goes back to November 2018 when Japan complained to the WTO that South Korea provided funds.

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3

Senate rejects witnesses in Trump impeachment trial, clearing way for acquittal: US

The Senate approved on a party-line vote a timeline for the rest of the trial that calls for a final vote on the impeachment

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3

Trump signs executive order targeting online sales of counterfeit products: US

In order to crackdown on counterfeits, CBP has been tasked to develop criteria to create an International Mail Non-Compliance score

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3

Brexit trade deal clash: UK and EU begin sparring over rules

Britain wants to negotiate a trade deal by the end of 2020

JAN
31

Democratic witness bid seems doomed in Trump trial as Murkowski says no

Democrats, who earlier in the day sounded resigned to defeat in their bid to call witnesses.

JAN
31

Italy antitrust fines telecom groups over billing practices

Italian consumer association Altroconsumo, which actively campaigned against the companies’ billing practices

JAN
31

Mitsubishi Motors denies emissions test fraud after German raids

Mitsubishi Motors denied Thursday equipping engines with devices to make them appear less polluting, after raids by prosecutors in Germany probing suspected diesel emissions cheating.

JAN
31

Apple, Broadcom ordered to pay $1.1bn for patent infringement: US

A Los Angeles jury on Wednesday ordered Apple and Broadcom to pay $1.1 billion to a university in California for infringing on four Wi-Fi technology patents.

JAN
31

Avast pulls plug on Jumpshot after data privacy scandal: UK

Clients include cosmetics maker Revlon, hotel search website Tripadvisor and chipmaker Intel.

JAN
30

Brexit is happening Friday but not much is changing ... for now

Other U.K. political buildings will also be lit up.

JAN
30

Tokyo prosecutors get warrants for Ghosn and trio suspected of helping him flee

There was no record of Ghosn’s departure, and Justice Minister Masako Mori has said he left the country illegally.

JAN
29

Trump impeachment trial: Defense wraps up oral arguments, urges Senate to acquit the president

President Donald Trump’s lawyers on Tuesday completed their oral arguments

JAN
29

Global miners failing to meet Paris climate goals

McKinsey report says sector taking insufficient action to tackle global warming

JAN
29

Court decision casts doubt on dozens of U.S. refinery biofuel waivers

The oil industry argues the waivers are needed to protect refining jobs

JAN
28

UK approves limited 5G role for China’s Huawei

Chinese tech group likely to have market share restricted under latest plans

JAN
28

Supreme Court lifts injunction on ‘public charge’ immigration restriction

A New York federal court injunction in October prohibited the rule from national implementation.

JAN
27

U.S. Justice Dept. plans to hold meeting to discuss tech industry liability

All three companies did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

JAN
27

Poland lawmakers give final approval to legislation allowing politicians to fire judges who criticize their decisions

Under this new bill, judges who question the independence of council-chosen judges could face punishments, including dismissal

JAN
27

State AGs, U.S. Justice Lawyers to Discuss Google Probe

U.S. federal and state authorities have not shared data about their concurrent investigations to date.

JAN
24

Brussels builds alliance to bypass US block on WTO judges

Temporary measures agreed to replace suspended dispute-settlement body

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