Global Trade "A Trade System for the 21st Century"
As the World Trade Organisation (WTO) achieves its first breakthrough on trade facilitation and bilateral negotiations unfold between trading partners across the Atlantic and Pacific regions, a new era for global trade appears to be emerging. At this juncture it is important to address questions about the future of global trade governance and prospects for bilateral and multilateral trade liberalization, and consider what lies ahead for trade in a competitive global economy. Speakers will address key issues including: - Objectives and challenges for bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations - Non-tariff and behind-the-border barriers to trade - Domestic policy choices and implications for trade liberalization - Unlocking the value of global supply chains - Future patterns of global trade
|Event dates:||2014-06-09 – 2014-06-10|
|Organizer:||World Trade Organisation (WTO) Royal Institute of International Affairs|
|Conference venue:||London, Chatham House|
|Classification:||F1 - Trade|
|Event type:||Konferenzen, Tagungen; Conferences|