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Anti globlization movement

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brandyn thomson

on 13 May 2010

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World trade organization in 1995 the world trade organizatin know as the WTO Replaced GATT know as the general agreement on tariffs and trade The WTO who are reponsible to manage world trade and disputes in trade agreements between countries one member of each goverment would be a representative in the WTO The main focus of WTO is the Doha development or Doha round the Doha round was launched in 2001 The Doha round was to enhance participation of poorer countries which is most of the world population. However the negotiations was being pushed aside because of export of agricultural bulk commodities and countries The most significant differences are between developed nations led by the European Union EU the United States USA and Japan and the major developing countries led and represented mainly by India, Brazil, China, and South Africa. There have been seven meetings regarding the Doha round. The first one was held in 2001 in Doha, Qutar the second was held in Canacun, Mexico in 2003 the third was held in Hong Kong, China the fourth was held in Geneva, Switzerland 2004. Two meetings were held in Paris, France the first was in 2006 the other was 2008 and the last was held in Potsdam, Germany 2007.
The last meeting that was held in Geneva, Switzerland 2008 July 23 the negotiations failed because they could not compromise on agricultural import rules. After the breakdown major negotiations were not expected to resume until 2009. Nevertheless intense negotiations, mostly between the USA, China, and India, were held at the end of 2008 in order to agree on negotiations. However, these negotiations did not result in any progress.
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