Archive - Mar 17, 2005

Congressional Opposition Surfaces to Lamy's Candidacy for World Trade Organization Head

Original Publication Date: 
16 March, 2005
There is substantial opposition on Capitol Hill to Lamy's candidacy to succeed Panitchpakdi as head of the WTO.

G-20 Ready To Seek Five-Year Deadline For Elimination Of Farm Export Subsidies

Original Publication Date: 
16 March, 2005
The G-20 emerged as a powerful alliance for developing countries prior to the WTO's 2003 ministerial conference in Cancun, Mexico.

China Seeks Talks With United States, EU On Textiles, Urges Patience With Surges

Original Publication Date: 
16 March, 2005
China hopes to hold talks with the United States and European Union over the surge in exports of textiles and apparel to those markets since the Jan. 1 lifting of quotas, a leading Chinese textile industry representative has said.

Brazil, India Pan U.S., EU Proposals On NAMA Tariff Formula Flexibility

Original Publication Date: 
16 March, 2005
Brazil and India gave thumbs down March 16 to proposals from the United States and the European Union aimed at meeting developing country demands for flexibility in a formula for reducing tariffs on industrial and consumer goods.

China Seeks Talks With United States, EU On Textiles, Urges Patience With Surges

Original Publication Date: 
16 March, 2005
China hopes to hold talks with the United States and European Union over the surge in exports of textiles and apparel to those markets.

Brazil, India Pan U.S., EU Proposals On NAMA Tariff Formula Flexibility

Original Publication Date: 
16 March, 2005
Brazil and India gave thumbs down March 16 to proposals from the United States and the European Union aimed at meeting developing country demands for flexibility.