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A 'Pretty Big Deal' for the World Trade Organization

December 9, 2013

Gary Clyde Hufbauer says the trade facilitation agreement forged at the WTO Ministerial Conference in Bali was a step forward that could yield major gains for the world trading system.


RealTime: Time for a "Nuclear Option" in the World Trade Organization
December 6, 2013

Paper: Payoff from the World Trade Agenda 2013 [pdf]
April 22, 2013


Can Azevedo Rescue the WTO? Part II May 10, 2013

Can Azevedo Rescue the WTO? Part I May 9, 2013

Obama Moves Again on China Export Subsidies: How Big an Impact? September 18, 2012

A Missed Opportunity on Trade with Russia August 22, 2012

China, the United States, and Europe at Cannes November 2, 2011

The WTO Rebukes China on Subsidies July 6, 2011

A New Financial Irritant Between the United States and Japan July 15, 2010

Is the G-20 Heading Too Quickly for the Exit? June 28, 2010

A Return to Global Imbalances? June 15, 2010

China: Dealing with an Insecure Juggernaut March 24, 2010