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National Network of French elected official against GATS & of GATS-FREE Zones

Original Publication Date: 
2 Dicembre, 2004
A year ahead of the Hong Kong Ministerial conference of World Trade Organisation, the French National Network of elected officials against GATS & GATS- FREE local governments , held its first Genral Assemblee in Grigny (Rhône) on Dec 3 2004.

Alert on GATS article 13 : Local governments targetted by the WTO

Original Publication Date: 
2 Dicembre, 2004
The Geneva working group on GATS rules is planning to have Ministers at the WTO Hong Kong conference, adopt an Annex to GATS article 13 on Government Procurement.

Africa Group proposes amendment to the TRIPS agreement in relation to access to medicines

Original Publication Date: 
2 Dicembre, 2004
The Chair of the TRIPS Council Ambassador Tony Miller of Hong Kong China is to hold further consultations on a proposal submitted by Nigeria on behalf of the African Group on an amendment to the TRIPS agreement.

National Network Of French Elected Official Against GATS & Of GATS-FREE Zones

Original Publication Date: 
2 Dicembre, 2004
This date coincides with the second anniversary of the

Alert On GATS Article 13 : Local Governments Targetted By The WTO

Original Publication Date: 
2 Dicembre, 2004
The higly technocratic revision of the General Agreement on trade in Service could entail an unpleasant surprise.

Local and Regional Opposition to GATS and Similar Trade Rules

Original Publication Date: 
2 Dicembre, 2004
It appears that, for the moment, among the strongest movements opposing the GATS, and other regulatory trade rules, are those that are spreading at the local and regional level.

Local and Regional Opposition to GATS and Similar Trade Rules

Original Publication Date: 
2 Dicembre, 2004
It appears that, for the moment, among the strongest movements opposing the GATS, and other regulatory trade rules, are those that are spreading at the local and regional level.