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U.S. sets out goals for e-commerce negotiations at WTO

April 13, 2018 at 6:34 PM
The United States this week set out its expectations for provisions the World Trade Organization should develop on e-commerce, including permanent bans on duties on electronic transmissions, forced technology transfers and discriminatory technology requirements. In a communication to other WTO members , the U.S. outlined its visions for a work program on e-commerce. The statements stem from a commitment the U.S. and 76 other WTO members made at the Buenos Aires ministerial last December to “initiate exploratory work together toward...

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