Archive - Mar 1, 2005 - Article

Making the case for ambitious tariff cuts in the WTO's non-agricultural market access

Original Publication Date: 
28 Febbraio, 2005
A new paper from the National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) calling for very ambitious industrial tariff reductions.

Inequity in International Agricultural Trade:The Marginalization of Developing Countries and Their Small Farmers

Original Publication Date: 
28 Febbraio, 2005
This new report analyzes State of Agricultural Commodity Markets (SOCO).

Annan Nominates WTO Chief To Head UNCTAD

Original Publication Date: 
28 Febbraio, 2005
'Dr. Supachai has done an outstanding job as Director-General of the World Trade Organization'- Annan

Electricity Laws May Break Trade Rules, Lawyer says NAFTA, WTO Policies and Treaties Involved; Queen's Park Official Rejects Arguments

Original Publication Date: 
28 Febbraio, 2005
Ontario's new electricity laws run afoul of international trade rules and could trigger challenges.

Put Development In The 'Development Round' - Ministers Urged

Original Publication Date: 
28 Febbraio, 2005
WTO is highly criticized for its secrecy and behind the scenes manipulations. The so called Green Room process, where a small group of countries meet and crucial decisions are taken on behalf of the whole membership, is still prevailing.

Put development in the 'Development Round' - Ministers urged

Original Publication Date: 
28 Febbraio, 2005
The exclusive group of WTO members meeting this week in Mombasa, must put development at the forefront of their talks.

Put development in the 'Development Round' - Ministers urged

Original Publication Date: 
28 Febbraio, 2005
The exclusive group of WTO members meeting this week in Mombasa, must put development at the forefront of their talks.