While the world seems to remain at war in various trade disputes, the World Trade Organization’s ability to appeal any rulings on trade wrongdoings has come to a halt. On Dec. 10, the WTO Appellate Body was reduced to one member after the second terms for two of the remaining three members expired. Normally composed of seven members, the Appellate Body no longer has the minimum three members needed to hear new appeals.
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