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The Electronic Reader for Hong Kong

Selected new papers on trade and development

In the run-up to Hong Kong NGOs and other agencies have multiplied the publication of research and education material. World Economy & Development in brief presents the direct links to the 12 most recent policy papers on trade, development, and environment.


17 ways the European Commission is pushing trade liberalization on poor countries (Mark Curtis/Christian Aid)
A Development Assessment of the Current WTO Negotiations (Martin Khor/Third World Network)
Blood on the floor. How the rich countries have squeezed development out of the WTO Doha Negotiations (Oxfam International)
The empty promise and perilous game of the European Commission to slash its agricultural supports (Jacques Berthelot/Solidarité)
The EU Corporate Trade Agenda. The role and the interests of corporations and their lobby groups in Trade Policy-Making in the European Union (Christina Deckwirth/Seattle-2-Brussels Network)
Final Trade Union Statement on the Agenda for the 6th Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organisation
Green but not clean. Why a comprehensive review of Green Box subsidies is necessary (ActionAid/Caritas Internationalis/CIDSE/Oxfam International)
Hong Kong 2005: Global Challenges and World Trade (WWF)
Trade Policy Briefs on Policy Space, Aid for Trade, Benchmarking (South Centre)
Strengthening the Global Trade Architecture for Economic Development: An Agenda for Action (Global Trade and Financial Architecture Project)
Why Developing Countries Need Tariffs? How WTO NAMA Negotiations Could Deny Developing Countries' Right to a Future (Ha-Joon Chang/South Centre/Oxfam International)
Why the European Union should oppose the inclusion of forests, fisheries and minerals in the WTO's NAMA negotiations (Friends of the Earth Europe)


(Posted: 6 December 2005)

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