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ECIPE Afternoon Seminar: Russia in the World Trade Organisation

September 12 2012
Venue: ECIPE, Rue Belliard 4-6, Brussels
Speakers: Lothar Ehring, Adrian van den Hoven, Nikolay Mizulin
Time: 14:30

Russia recently joined the World Trade Organisation. The accession negotiations have been long and controversial, and there have been doubts in Russia as well as in other countries about the merits of having Russia inside the WTO. But now that the accession has concluded successfully, it is time to look at how to make the best of Russia’s entry. Is this an opportunity for larger reforms in Russia’s economic and commercial policy? Will it deliver on its promises to liberalise its economy? Should Europe fear that Russia will be a disobedient member of the WTO club? And what should be EU’s strategy for Russia’s membership in the WTO – and, beyond, bilateral relations to deepen economic integration?

You are cordially invited to an afternoon seminar with Lothar Ehring, European Commission, Adrian van den Hoven, BUSINESSEUROPE, and Nikolay Mizulin at Mayer Brown in Brussels. 

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