What Can the WTO Do to Help Poor Countries?
ANN ARBOR, Mich.---The William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan Business School will host a public forum on ¿What Can the World Trade Organization Do to Help Poor Countries?¿ at 4 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Business School¿s Hale Auditorium.
The discussion will focus on the best ways to implement the principles of the Doha round of global trade talks, the future of the WTO and the role of developing nations in future negotiations.
Panelists include: Gerard Depayre, deputy head of the European Commission to the United States; Alejandro Jara, Chilean ambassador to the WTO; Alberto Trejos, minister of trade for Costa Rica; Alan Deardorff, WDI research fellow and U-M professor of international economics and public policy; and Katherine Terrell, WDI researcher and U-M professor of business and public policy.
For more information, contact Terrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-615-4558.
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Phone: 734.936.1015 or 734.647.1847