But China says it regrets the WTO's decision, a ruling that could have implications for the legality of the country's rare-earth export quotas. China insists its policies are based on environmental and resource protection.
Music site is due to make comeback and that may doom Russia's hopes of entering WTO this year.
The recent World Trade Organisation (WTO) meeting in Geneva has brought Antigua’s plan to run a copyright-free download site for media one step closer to reality.
Republic reduces its first batch of rare earth export quotas for 2011 by more than 11 percent, in the face of a threat by the U.S. to complain to the WTO over the limits.
The two countries agree on a plan to curtail theft of intellectual property, after President Obama grants Russia "permanent normal trade relations" and the two nations agree to have the WTO's tenets apply between them.
According to U.S. tech groups, a deal among more than a dozen countries could be completed this summer.
European Commission says the 1996 language of the Information Technology Agreement, which keeps many IT products duty-free, needs to be updated "for the 21st century."
Group of Congress members who support stronger copyright protections wants vice president on trip to Russia to tell leaders there that its in their interest to step up antipiracy efforts.
According to a statement purportedly from the Antiguan government's counsel, unlimited download site Zookz isn't operating with its approval or knowledge. According to Zookz, it doesn't matter.
Better sanitation would go a long way toward reducing illness and death associated with poor sanitation, billionaire's foundation says.