Qatar Files WTO Complaint Against Saudi Arabia, Bahrain And The UAE (Boycotting Nations)

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Qatar has filed a complaint with the World Trade Organization against three of the four countries that cut ties with the Gulf nation in June while accusing it of supporting terrorists. The complaint calls for consultations with Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates, a formal process that triggers a 60-day window in order for…


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