Archive - set 2005

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Poor Countries Take Sugar to UN

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2005
New threats to sugar exports to the EU from poor countries are due to come up at the United Nations summit this week

Science without conscience is worse than no science

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2005
Jacques Diouf, Director-General of the Food and Agriculture Organisation, has strong views on the issue of genetically modified organisms. In an interview, he says we need to put in place an internationally agreed regulatory framework.

Call for international mobilizations in Geneva: STOP the WTO corporate agenda before Hong Kong!

A call for international mobilisation for the General Council week in October in Geneva.

Mandelson Disappointed By Dems' Stand On Trade

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2005
European Union Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson said Tuesday that the opposition of Democrats to trade agreements has disappointed him and he now fears Republicans are following their lead.

Brazilian Official Defends Tariff Cuts, Hopes for Progress on Agricultural Goods

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2005
Brazil's Finance Minister Ant

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USTR Portman announces US-Saudi negotiations concluded

Original Publication Date: 
8 September, 2005
Trade Representative Portman today announced the United States and Saudi Arabia have concluded bilateral negotiations

U.S. Farm Leader Denounces WTO in Korea; Speaks in front of thousands at rally in Seoul

Original Publication Date: 
8 September, 2005
Dena Hoff, Secretary of the National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC), spoke today in Seoul before tens of thousands of Korean farmers and workers at a rally to commemorate the second anniversary of Mr. Kyung-Hae Lee

RNM Update, Special Issue, September 2005

Original Publication Date: 
8 September, 2005
The status and prospects for WTO Doha Round and FTAA negotiations are put into focus in this Special Issue of RNM Update.

Portman Optimistic About Doha Talks

Original Publication Date: 
8 September, 2005
US Trade Representative Portman expressed optimism Thursday about the future of the Doha round of international trade talks