April 2004 management briefing

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) gets a lot of flak, but it remains the international institution best able to order global commerce so that it promotes prosperity amongst all nations, rich and poor. Yet, given that its 150-country membership reflects the immense complexity of our world, they inevitably hold a colossal amount of views about how its comprehensive trade rules should be written. This exclusive new briefing examines its latest actions.

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