The W.T.O. in Crisis

Senser, Robert A.
January 2007
America;1/1/2007, Vol. 196 Issue 1, p10
The article reflects author's views on considering trade crisis as a blessing. The downfall of World Trade Organization and its effect on the trade renegotiations are discussed. Both United states and European Union blaming each other for decreasing subsidies given to the agriculture field is presented. The suspension of "Doha development," in Qatar and its adverse effects are discussed. The author's opinion on single global economy and the ways for sustainable development are presented.


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