Multilateralism

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Reforming the WTO to overcome the crisis of multilateralism

On assiste, depuis quelque temps, à un regain d’intérêt pour l’OMC, l’Organisation mondiale du commerce. En atteste la publication récente…

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Will Spanish ripe olives puncture the CAP?

By attacking Spanish ripe olives, the US Department of Commerce risks setting a precedent that could undermine the undistorting nature…

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Draft EU-Oceania Free Trade Agreement: A Useless Negotiation

Australia and New Zealand are major exporters of ruminant animal products (sheepmeat and beef, dairy products). But the low growth…

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What if France called for an agricultural G20 in 2019?

In his speech to the OECD on May 30th, President Macron proposes a diagnosis and an ambition that could refound…

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No to the renationalisation of the CAP, yes to a real reform!

Alors que les ministres de l’Agriculture des 28 se sont réunis ce 18 juin à Luxembourg pour débattre des propositions…

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What trade policies for the promotion of the “local milk” sector in West Africa?

Production, consommation et importations laitières Une place importante de l’élevage dans les économies nationales et familiales Avec un effectif régional…

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Got Too Much Steel? Too Much Milk?

While President Trump has just started the commercial hostilities on steel and aluminum, drawing a parallel between the difficulties of…

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India hosts informal WTO ministerial meeting

India hosted the Informal WTO Ministerial Meeting is being held in New Delhi on 19-20 March 2018. India is one…

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WTO, agriculture and development, a lost cause ?

La régulation du protectionnisme agricole constitue depuis longtemps un défi pour les négociateurs commerciaux. Le Cycle de Doha s’est heurté…

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Changing the rules of international trade: necessary for tackling the challenges of the farming sector, food sector and the planet

The European Union is the main importer and exporter of foodstuffs world-wide. At the same time, European farmers are faced…

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