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WTO Public Forum

April 15 2007
Venue: WTO headquarters in Geneva — Centre William Rappard
Speakers: Fredrik ErixonnRazeen SallynRengang HuangnPatrick MesserlinnRoderick Abbott
Time: 12:15

ECIPE will be hosting a panel at the WTO Public Forum on the 5th of October 2007. It will discuss how the world trading system can be made more coherent. How can autonomous policies, regional policies, and the multilateral system centered on the WTO be made to complement each other? Featuring speakers: Rengang Huang, Minister Counsellor of the Permanent Mission of China to the WTO, ECIPE Director Razeen Sally, Patrick Messerlin, Professor at Sciences Po, and Roderick Abbott, Former Deputy Director General of the WTO.

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