Tag Archives: anti-dumping

Must do list for agriculture negotiations

Next week will see the first seri­ous attempt by WTO offi­cials and cab­i­net-lev­­el nego­tia­tors to draft deci­sions by the Hong Kong Min­is­te­r­i­al Con­fer­ence. Agri­cul­ture remains a lynch-pin: as indi­cat­ed by the reports that the Five Inter­est­ed Par­ties (FIPS) will meet in Lon­don to try to bridge dif­fer­ences face-to-face that they have already spelled out over […]

The ‘swoosh’ of trade policy

The Glob­al­iza­tion Insi­tute, a new­­ly-mint­ed, self-described ‘Cob­den­ite’ group in Lon­don has pub­lished it’s sec­ond paper in which Dr Razeen Sally—described, by the Institute’s pub­li­cist, as “Europe’s most senior trade economist”—presents his pre­scrip­tions for “the future of trade, devel­op­ment and inter­na­tion­al insti­tu­tions”. Just do it is Dr Sally’s rec­om­men­da­tion to gov­ern­ments on trade lib­er­al­iza­tion; an unfor­tu­nate­ly […]