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The Doha stalemate

Matthew Bishop and Valbona Muzaka

The real worry is not the decline of trade multilateralism per se but rather the breakdown of a shared social purpose underpinning global trade governance In December 2013, almost twenty years since the conclusion of the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations that brought the World Trade Organization (WTO) into being, and over a decade since the start of the ill-fated … Continue reading

6 January 2015 by
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