Body should rule in six months on whether to uphold US, EU and Japanese complaints that Chinese export quotas breach trade rules
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) is to investigate China's export quotas and tariffs on rare earths, tungsten and molybdenum after the US, EU and Japan complained the country's stance breaks international...
Plans to hold fourth Contracts for Difference auction for range of different renewables technologies confirmed by government for late 2021
New survey finds many companies have set net zero climate targets, but few have milestones to reach them, explains South Pole CEO Renat Heuberger
Dual boost for emerging hydrogen economy as key trade bodies launch new initiative and Hyundai and Ineos ink agreement to advance fuel cell technology development
Industry alliance urges government to consider a raft of tax measures and financial incentives in support of new target date to phase out of diesel and petrol cars from 2030