Multilateralism

WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

The WTO is dead, long live agricultural multilateralism !

Download the PDF This December 11, 2019 will remain as an important date for trade multilateralism: the Appellate Body within…

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Africa: the conditions for success of the free trade zone

Télécharger le PDF […] Prendre soin de ses terres L’Afrique peut s’inspirer de l’Asie. Par exemple, en quarante ans seulement…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

The costs of agricultural export dumping for farmers and rural communities

In their latest article published on the Institute for Agricultural Trade and Policy (IATP) website, Karen Hansen-Kuhn and Sophia Murphy…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

China’s anti-dumping investigation against Australian barley exports: a boomerang effect?

China has recently launched an anti-dumping investigation against Australian barley, which worries Australia, with 52% of barley exports going to…

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Agricultural crises regulations

UNCTAD latest report highlights disappointments in free trade

UNCTAD, the UN organization dedicated to trade and development issues, offers in its latest annual report1 a fairly credible picture…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

Reforming the WTO to overcome the crisis of multilateralism

At a time when escalation continues in this new trade war unleashed by President Trump, proposals are multiplying to rethink…

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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

US-China trade war: soybeans and pork at the heart of Trump’s 12 billion announced support

The trade war triggered by Donald Trump has repercussions on the most exporting American agricultural sectors. The import taxes applied…

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Category : CAP & Europe

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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WTO, Multilateralism & Bilateral treaties

EU caught in Nigeria’s refusal to sign the West Africa Economic Partnership Agreement and the Continental Free Trade Area

Through Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) and support for the Continental Free Trade Area (FTAA), the European Union is jeopardizing African…

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CAP & Europe

For an in-depth reform of the CAP in a multilateral framework to renew

European agriculture needs an in-depth reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). Having become ineffective both in the face of…

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