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Workshop: Trade Policy between Multi- & Bilateralism

27.07.2005: A look at the EU, Brazil and Ghana

Workshop organised by EED and WEED on 27. July 2005, 15:30 - 17:30 in Geneva

Geneva Peoples Council, World Council of Churches, Salle III (27.-29. July 2005).

Critics of current trade policy need to look beyond the WTO & critically analyse and challenge all levels of the liberalisation agenda. The EU & the US are threatening to intensify their regional and bilateral negotiating efforts. This is not an alternative to the multilateral efforts in the WTO, but a supplement - and it involves various \"WTO-plus\"-dangers. In our public seminar we want to look at this issue with a focus on the EU on the one hand and the situation of Brazil and Ghana vis-a-vis the multilevel-trade agenda on the other hand.

Proposed Agenda

Opening by EED / WEED (15 minutes)
Session 1: EU Trade Policy between Multi- & Bilateralism - Michael Frein, EED and Klaus Schilder, WEED (20 min)
Discussion (20 min)
Session 2: The EU-Mercosur Negotiations - A View from Brazil - n.n. (20 min)
Discussion (10 min)
Break (15 min)
Session 3: The EU-ACP EPA Negotiations - A Ghanian View - Tetteh Hormeku, Third World Network (20 min)
Discussion (10 min)
Conclusion (5 min)

A 9-page summmary of the studies, the workshop program and an overview of the Geneva Peoples Council activities can be downloaded below.

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Summary-Studies-2005.pdfDownload (448 kb)
Program-Multi-Bi-TradeWorkshop.pdfDownload (46 kb)
Program-Geneva-WTO-2005.pdfDownload (468 kb)