ICC United Kingdom brought together a mix of public and private sector players for the latest in its roundtable series, kindly hosted by law firm DLA Piper, to discuss why human trafficking and slavery persist in developing and developed countries alike, and how businesses and governments can scale up efforts to protect the most vulnerable individuals in society from exploitation.
Following the Trump administration’s announcement to implement tariffs on steel and aluminium imports, James Bacchus, former congressman and World Trade Organisation (WTO) Appellate Body judge tells Law 360 that he believes the steel and aluminium tariffs violate core WTO procedural ruling.
In the drive for simplicity and automation in trade, companies and banks are increasingly turning to digitisation. In the last few years, eCommerce trade has grown from a few million dollars to over $1.7T of trade in 2016. But what does it mean and why should G20 leaders take note?