Fifty Years of the GATT/WTO: Lessons from the Past for Strategies for the Future
C. Fred Bergsten
No WP98-3, Working Paper Series from Peterson Institute for International Economics
Five major lessons for successful global trade management emerge from the first fifty years of the GATT/WTO system. They need to be applied to the present situation to set the stage for another half century of successful multilateral trade cooperation. I will summarize the key headings at the outset and then elaborate each, concluding with proposals for the upcoming Fiftieth Anniversary Ministerial and the WTO agenda for early part of the twenty-first century.
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