While we wait for bigger decisions at the WTO later this week ahead of MC12, here some other interesting bits of news out of Geneva. By Iana Dreyer and Rob Francis.
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Almost ten years after rules on salmonella in poultry meat were amended in the European Union, Brazil is filing for consultations at the dispute settlement body of the World Trade Organization in Geneva over what it sees as discriminatory treatment of its processed poultry meat.
An update on recent WTO developments by Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.
A majority of developing countries are to be exempted from World Trade Organization disciplines on subsidies which contribute to overcapacity and overfishing, according to the latest draft of the proposed new multilateral agreement to control government hand-outs to the fishing sector.
The countdown to the next WTO ministerial to be hald at the end of this month is on.
WTO Director General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala pitched her idea at COP26 that the World Trade Organization, alongside the OECD and International Monetary Fund should be tasked with working on global carbon pricing.
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Welcome to the third edition of our WTO Corner blog this week. The wheels are churning in Geneva ahead of MC12. By Rob Francis and Chris Horseman.
Busy times at the World Trade Organization! By Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.
Here an update on recent WTO-related developments. By Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.