Interpreting Cancun: Experience and Lessons for Bangladesh
The paper is based on the Fifth WTO Ministerial Meeting held in Cancun, Mexico. It aims to reveal the importance of putting the process, outcome and future implications of the Cancun Ministerial under critical and careful scrutiny to draw the necessary insights and lessons related to major issues debated and discussed. The study critically shows how the state of play in the WTO is going to evolve in the post-Cancun era, and how Bangladesh should do her homework in this context.
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