The European Union wants to overhaul a fragmented, outdated tax code that favors digital operators.
The move maybe be little more than a Hail Mary pass to protect advertising revenue.
European shoppers are still somewhat wary of e-commerce and retailers may be their biggest obstacle.
The number of seized items grew and counterfeit beauty products, apparel and accessories made up about half of the value.
The fine over Google’s alleged manipulation of comparative pricing results wasn’t enough to send investors fleeing.
May laid out her initiatives pertaining to Brexit in a speech held in central London.
A number of top WTO envoys used the session to voice their apprehensions about growing antitrade sentiment.
Britain’s Verdict Retail has published figures for June.
Senators dispute whether there is a looming deadline for WTO members to treat China as a market economy.
More than 3 million tons of textiles are thrown away in the EU every year, a growing problem that Trash-2-Cash aims to solve.
U.S., EU negotiators cite progress in talks on tariff elimination, regulatory harmony and customs and trade facilitation.