Life after Bali- renewing the world trade negotiating agenda
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The crisis has contributed to a slowdown in global trade volumes, with trade virtually stagnant in the twelve months to July 2013. In this context, fruitful negotiations in the World Trade Organisation’s 9th Ministerial Conference in Bali are crucial to sustain the institution’s credibility and prove that multilateral negotiations can still deliver success.WTO trade talks are the only ongoing trade liberalisation process that has development at its core. The Doha...
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