Archive - out 2005

outubro 12th

Canada Warns That Tariffs on Lumber Could Imperil U.S. Access to Oil

Original Publication Date: 
11 October, 2005
Upset over persistent American tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber, Canadian leaders are warning the Bush administration that it is risking secure access to Canadian oil supplies.

More can be done to boost Singapore-US ties: Outgoing Ambassador Lavin

Original Publication Date: 
11 October, 2005
Singapore and the United States are like-minded countries with a common approach towards trade, political stability and the fight against terror

G33 Ministerial Statement

Original Publication Date: 
11 October, 2005
Link to the G33 ministerial statement of 11 October 2005

outubro 11th

Brazil Reaches AIDS Drug Deal With Abbott

Original Publication Date: 
10 October, 2005
Brazil has reached an agreement with U.S. pharmaceutical manufacturer Abbott Laboratories Inc. to lower AIDS drug Kaletra's price, heading off a possibility the country would break the patent, the health ministry said Tuesday.

Invitation to help create an anti-WTO mosaic-banner

Original Publication Date: 
10 October, 2005
In the run-up to the ministerial conference they are collecting photos and statements from those people, who support the protest against the WTO, to create an emerging picture of the protest

Brazil reaches AIDS drug deal with Abbott

Original Publication Date: 
10 October, 2005
Brazil has reached an agreement with U.S. pharmaceutical manufacturer Abbott Laboratories Inc. to lower AIDS drug Kaletra's price, heading off a possibility the country would break the patent

Bolet?n Informativo Campa?a Continental contra el ALCA

Original Publication Date: 
10 October, 2005
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G10 proposal for market access in agriculture, sensitive products and credit system for flexibilities

Original Publication Date: 
10 October, 2005
Link to G10 proposal.

Europe Entertains an American Offer to Cut Farm Aid

Original Publication Date: 
10 October, 2005
The United States upped the ante Monday in the delicate negotiations between America and Europe over aid to farmers, a central sticking point in stalled global trade talks.

outubro 10th

Press Release: U.S. Agriculture Proposal Falls Short at the WTO

Original Publication Date: 
9 October, 2005
A proposal for new agriculture trade rules made today by the U.S. Trade Representative at the World Trade Organization (WTO) includes nothing to benefit developing countries.