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February 29th

Links to statements by the NAMA-11 countries and the G33 on the latest modalities texts

Original Publication Date: 
28 February, 2008
Links to statements by the NAMA-11 countries and the G33 on the latest modalities texts

February 15th

An assessment of where things stand: what happened to the political momentum?

Original Publication Date: 
14 February, 2008
The WTO machinery keeps turning. Trade negotiators and the Chairs of the negotiations continue to focus on the Doha Agenda, refusing to join the growing chorus of voices that have pronounced the Agenda beyond hope. Another set of negotiating texts

February 14th

Developments in the GATS Domestic Regulation Negotiations

Original Publication Date: 
13 February, 2008
The draft GATS disciplines, if implemented, would limit what governments can do to prevent and resolve such crises. They would hamstring regulators and further bias the regulatory process in favour of commercial interests.

A response to the Global Food Prices Crisis: Sustainable family farming can feed the world

Original Publication Date: 
13 February, 2008
Press Release - La Via Campesina

February 8th

JPEPA Economic Invasion: Who Among The Senators Will Be The Collaborators And Patriots?

Original Publication Date: 
7 February, 2008
No Deal!, a coalition of organizations and individuals opposing the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA), said that the treaty symbolizes the

New WTO Agriculture Text Falls Short ? Again

Original Publication Date: 
7 February, 2008
New draft agricultural trade rules released at the World Trade Organization (WTO) today fail to repair a deeply flawed negotiating agenda, according to the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP).

February 4th

Farmer Agreement Offers Alternative to NAFTA’s Failures

Original Publication Date: 
3 February, 2008
On January 1, 2008, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) came into full effect after a 15-year phase-in for more sensitive agricultural products like sugar, white corn, beans and dairy.