Archive - Mar 2005 - Article

March 29th

Tokyo to Host Informal WTO Ministerial Talks on Nonfarm Items

Original Publication Date: 
28 Marzo, 2005
Japan will host an informal session of World Trade Organization talks April 10 in Chiba.

NZ Backs Castillo For WTO Post

Original Publication Date: 
28 Marzo, 2005
The New Zealand government is backing Uruguay's Carlos Perez del Castillo for the top job in global trade - the leader of the World Trade Organisation.

Services Update from India

Original Publication Date: 
28 Marzo, 2005
Mode 4 - Indo-US FTA? India will continue to push aggressively on the Mode 4 issue with other developed countries like the US and EU.

Tokyo To Host Informal WTO Ministerial Talks On Nonfarm Items

Original Publication Date: 
28 Marzo, 2005
Japan will host an informal session of World Trade Organization talks April 10 in Chiba to narrow gaps over market access for nonfarm products, Japan's trade minister said Tuesday.

Services Update from India

Original Publication Date: 
28 Marzo, 2005
India is undertaking liberal commitments in audio-visual services, higher education, telecommunications and financial services.

China Looking at Holding WTO Meeting in Central Coastal City of Qingdao on July 7-8

Original Publication Date: 
28 Marzo, 2005
Members of the World Trade Organization have been invited by the Chinese government to attend a WTO 'mini-ministerial' meeting in the coastal city of Qingdao on July 7-8 subject to confirmation by enough invitees, sources said March 28.

Tokyo to Host Informal WTO Ministerial Talks on Nonfarm Items

Original Publication Date: 
28 Marzo, 2005
Japan will host an informal session of World Trade Organization talks April 10 in Chiba.

March 27th

Critics say deficit argues for quitting WTO

Original Publication Date: 
26 Marzo, 2005
The dollar plunge and records-high trade deficit has created an opening ofr those who object to US membership in the WTO.

Why The Airbus-Boeing Case Could Wreck The WTO, And how To Stop It

Original Publication Date: 
26 Marzo, 2005
The spat has outgrown the World Trade Organization, which did not yet exist when the United States and EU first addressed the charges of unfair trade practices in the aerospace industry back in 1992.

Training Arab Countries On NAMA

Original Publication Date: 
26 Marzo, 2005
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) is strengthening its efforts to prepare the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) member states for membership of the World Trade Organization (WTO).