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Successes and failures of WTO
Transcript of Successes and failures of WTO
presentation of WTO
What is on the agenda of Doha?
Reduction of agricultural tariffs
Cut subsidies for agricultural products
Liberalisation of services
Protectionism of property rights
Market access for developing and developed countries
Developed countries want a significant reduction in tariffs in developing nations
Many developing countries are worried about their domestic existence
Developing countries push USA, EU and Japan to cut their agricultural subsidies
Hard competition for developing countries
Successes and failures of WTO
: Ophelie BAUDOIN and Julia MÜLLER
Definition of trade facilitation
Benefits of trade facilitation
Trade facilitation to reduce poverty
Bali Package of reforms adopted by WTO members
: Aude Crelier
: Bali Package
“The simplification and harmonization of international trade procedures” where trade procedures are the “activities, practices and formalities involved in collecting, presenting, communicating and processing data required for the movement of goods in international trade”. (WTO)
Reduce trade costs between $350 billion and $1 000 billion
Increase trade between $33 billion and $100 billion of annual global export
Rise of global GDP of $960 billion per year
Increase estimated at $1000 billion in bilateral trade for developing countries
Increase of their GDP of $520 billion
: Inmaculada Díaz-Heredero
CHINA AND THE WTO
China entered on the WTO on 2001
China can create distortions
The motivation of China entering the WTO has its origin in the belief that an external impulse is needed to overcome internal barriers
They have certainly been exploited by certain interest groups and, as a result of these pressures, some measures have been included in the Protocol
In 1944 in Madrid
In the year 2000 in Prague
These year in Geneva in 2001
WTO members agree to extend drug patent exemption for poorest members.
The adoption of the new UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
The LDC group in the WTO, described the decision as “historic”
Trade costs reduced
Increase of exports
Purpose of Seattle :
Why did Seattle fail?
Agreeing rules governing the conduct of international trade
Administering and monitoring
Settling disputes among members
Role of WTO
Pursue and expend trade
liberalisation in a certain
number of domains
Differences between the United States and the Europeans
Difference between the developed countries and the developing countries.
Rich countries conclude the negotiations without developing countries and impose them an extension of the agreements of Marrakesh
Is perceived for them as a protectionist intention
Promote and set up transparency in the organisation
Developed cooperation between WTO and other agreements
Compatibility between WTO laws and certain convention.
Check coherence between WTO commitment and intervention of other international institutions.
Solutions for WTO
By the civil society
Issue of American elections
By the developing countries because of the social norms and bad treatment they were imposed in the negotiation process .
Incapacity of the system to take in conscious
reduction of increasing disparities between rich and poor countries of WTO.
: Meike Roller
Pressures on Seattle