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juillet 13th

NGOs Send Memo to WTO:

NGOs have sent a joint memorandum to the WTO members on The Need to Improve Internal Transparency and Participation in the WTO.

juillet 7th

Keep Investment Pacts Off Cancun's Agenda

Original Publication Date: 
6 July, 2003
Since the 1980s, developing countries have signed numerous bilateral investment agreements, yet they receive less than one-third of the world's total foreign direct investment flows.

juillet 4th

Agriculture Talks At The WTO Empty On Development

Original Publication Date: 
3 July, 2003
Last week, the Agriculture Committee met in the WTO to see if the current deadlock on all aspects of the agreement on agriculture (AoA) can be bridged.

juillet 3rd

From Palermo To Cancun: EU Trade Ministers Asked To Stop WTO Expansion

Original Publication Date: 
2 July, 2003
In Palermo, the European Union is supposed to decide on its position for the next WTO Ministerial that will take place in Cancun, Mexico, from 10 to 14 September.

Members Stick To Their Positions In WTO Agriculture Special Session

Original Publication Date: 
2 July, 2003
The European Union agriculture ministers last week agreed on measures for reform of their common agriculture policy.

juillet 1st

MEPs Move Towards Lifting of GMO Moratorium

Original Publication Date: 
30 June, 2003
The laws set out stringent requirements for labelling GM products, reflecting the view held by the European Commission that the GM issue is one of consumer choice and not of food safety.