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This issue of Trade Hot Topics examines World Trade Organization (WTO) complaints by Brazil in connection with the United States’ subsidisation of its domestic cotton industry, following the enactment of the 2002 Farm Act. In this case, the questions...
This issue of Trade Hot Topics examines the small economies initiative, a concerted effort by small economies to gain both the recognition of their concerns and special treatment in the WTO. It looks at the issue of defining small economies and gives...
This issue of Trade Hot Topics covers some key issues small states, LDCs and countries in sub-Saharan Africa could focus on in the run-up to the Eleventh WTO Ministerial Conference (MC11) and beyond.
This issue of Trade Hot Topics gives a status report of the World Trade Organization waiver for the Cotonou Agreement.
This issue of Trade Hot Topics gives a status report of the World Trade Organization waiver for the Cotonou Agreement.
On 27 September 2002, the Governments of Australia and Brazil (‘the complainants’) filed requests for consultations with the European Communities (EC) alleging that the structure of its sugar market violates its obligations under certain agreements...
Since the breakdown of the July 2008 Mini-Ministerial of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and due to the renewed apprehension regarding the rise of protectionism and possible proliferation of Free Trade Areas, concerns have been expressed about the...
This paper reflects on small and poor developing countries’ needs from a multilateral trading system. Having recognised the importance of the WTO in ensuring predictability for producers and consumers and the limited negotiating capacity of small and...
This issue of Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics addresses the question of how small and low-income developing countries should respond when price spikes occur and whether there is any role for trade policies in dealing with them.
This Trade Hot Topic explores the possibility of incorporating gender issues into multilateral trade negotiations at the WTO, as well as discussing the likely implications for least developed countries (LDCs), small, vulnerable economies (SVEs) and...
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