Anti-trade

An´ti-trade`


n.1.A westerly wind which blows nearly continuously between 30° and 50° of latitude in both the northern and the southern hemisphere.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Echoing Shifeta's sentiments, SADC Chairperson and President of Tanzania John Magufuli in a statement availed to Nampa by SADC on Wednesday said CITES discards proven, working conservation models in favour of ideological driven anti-use and anti-trade models.
Jennifer Whelann via email GMTAN not anti-trade ON behalf of Greater Manchester Trade Action Network I'd like to thank Howard Gardner for responding (Viewpoints, August 21) to my letter that appeared on August 17 (Freedom's in jeopardy even 200 years on...).
Mr Fail regretted that on one hand, Prime Minister Imran Khan had ordered the opening of Torkham border for 24 hours to boost Pakistan's trade with Afghanistan and Central Asian Republics but on the other, anti-trade policies were being pursued.
Omitted was any attempt to convince us why he remains a supporter of the EU Commissioners and their anti-democratic, and anti-trade, regime of subsidies and regulations that have gradually stifled growth and productivity since we joined in 1973.
He was an energetic and enthusiastic trade union leader who steered Usdaw through some very difficult times, countering the anti-trade union fervour of the Thatcher Government.
Last month, trade union Unite said around 3,500 Yorkshire-based First Group bus workers would be balloted for industrial action unless their employer made 'a dramatic U-turn' on its 'anti-trade union' stance.
Even before his election win, Donald Trump has been consistent on one front - his anti-trade stance.
Anti-trade rhetoric has long been a key feature of President Donald Trump's platform and the administration has taken gradual steps in advance of this particular move.
Anti-trade rhetoric has long been a key feature of President Trump's platform and the administration has taken gradual steps in advance for this particular move, the report noted.
Gold also stressed that a strong market environment could be sidetracked should the United States exit the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) or were to engage in forms of anti-trade policy that doesn't recognize the increased employment and other contributions imports make to the nation's economy.