Negotiating at the World Trade Organization / Vinod Rege.

By: Rege, VinodContributor(s): World Trade OrganizationMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Lessons from the Commonwealth ; 2.Publication details: London : Commonwealth Secretariat, c2011Description: xii, 223 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9781849290227 (pbk.); 1849290229 (pbk.)Subject(s): World Trade Organization -- Rules and practice | Organisation mondiale du commerce -- Ráeglements et procâedure | Foreign trade regulation | NegotiationDDC classification: 382.091724 LOC classification: K4610 | .R43 2011
Contents:
What is the WTO and what does it do? -- The project and the modalities adopted -- The Doha round of negotiations -- Liberalisation of trade in agricultural products -- Agricultural commodity issues -- Liberalisation of trade in non-agricultural products -- Liberalisation of trade in services -- The role of industrial policy in attaining the development objectives of the Doha round -- Agreement on TRIPS and public health -- Trade facilitation.
Summary: Negotiating at the World Trade Organization provides a unique insider's guide to the issues that have concerned developing country negotiators at that body since its establishment in 1995. Published in the Lessons from the Commonwealth series, it highlights the continuing issues that all delegations are grappling with, from a developing country perspective. It will be invaluable to those arriving in Geneva who need to brief themselves on the continuing story of the WTO negotiations, and those in national capitals in daily touch with their negotiating teams. --Book Jacket.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

What is the WTO and what does it do? -- The project and the modalities adopted -- The Doha round of negotiations -- Liberalisation of trade in agricultural products -- Agricultural commodity issues -- Liberalisation of trade in non-agricultural products -- Liberalisation of trade in services -- The role of industrial policy in attaining the development objectives of the Doha round -- Agreement on TRIPS and public health -- Trade facilitation.

Negotiating at the World Trade Organization provides a unique insider's guide to the issues that have concerned developing country negotiators at that body since its establishment in 1995. Published in the Lessons from the Commonwealth series, it highlights the continuing issues that all delegations are grappling with, from a developing country perspective. It will be invaluable to those arriving in Geneva who need to brief themselves on the continuing story of the WTO negotiations, and those in national capitals in daily touch with their negotiating teams. --Book Jacket.

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