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January 25th

Local And Regional Reaction To GATS And Similar Trade Rules

Original Publication Date: 
24 January, 2005
Some of the strongest opposition to the GATS and other re- or de-regulatory trade agreements is coming from local and regional councils, backed by critical civil society movements.

Local and Regional Reaction to GATS and Similar Trade Rules: Conclusions

Original Publication Date: 
24 January, 2005
Some of the strongest opposition to the GATS and other re- or de-regulatory trade agreements is coming from local and regional councils, backed by critical civil society movements.

January 20th

“Future of WTO” report launched, with some controversial proposals

Original Publication Date: 
19 January, 2005
The WTO launched a report on 'The Future of the WTO' which addresses several institutional issues, with recommendations to reform the way the organization works and how decisions are made.

January 18th

As European Trade Director visits: EU must stop imposing its trade agenda on Africa!

Original Publication Date: 
17 January, 2005
Press release from EcoNews Africa in relation to the visit by EC Trade Director Karl Falkenberg.

As European Trade Director Visits: EU Must Stop Imposing Its Trade Agenda On Africa!

Original Publication Date: 
17 January, 2005
Negotiations on the so called Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) between the European Union and ACP countries are moving ahead in areas of crucial importance to Kenya, such as agriculture, industrial goods and services.

January 14th

WTO GPA Market Access Talks Off To Slow Start As Requests Lag

Original Publication Date: 
13 January, 2005
Geneva sources said these countries could table their requests in the coming weeks, while one source speculated that some countries might not feel any pressure to move until closer to a March meeting of the government procurement committee.

EU-ACP Trade Negotiations: New Threats For East Africa

Original Publication Date: 
13 January, 2005
Forty civil society representatives from ten countries in Eastern and Southern Africa have gathered in Nairobi during two days to voice their concerns on the negotiations on the so called Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs).

WTO GPA market access talks off to slow start as requests lag

Original Publication Date: 
13 January, 2005
World Trade Organization negotiations aimed at improving countries' market access commitments under the plurilateral Agreement on Government Procurement have gotten off to a slow start

EU-ACP trade negotiations: new threats for East Africa

Original Publication Date: 
13 January, 2005
As Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania are implementing the recently signed Customs Union Protocol, the European Union is undermining integration between these countries through trade negotiations.

January 7th

Canadian Court to Determine the Constitutionality of NAFTA Investment Rules

Original Publication Date: 
6 January, 2005
The Council of Canadians and Canadian Union of Postal Workers will appear in court to challenge the constitutionality of investment rules in the NAFTA.