Asia and the Future of the World Trade Organisation
05 November 2013
Room LL1.004 (Learning Link, School of Management and Governance)
MBS Building 512, located in front of Car Park 5
You are invited to a Sir Walter Murdoch School of Public Policy and International Affairs Policy Seminar
'Asia and the Future of the World Trade Organisation'
This seminar will discuss results from an ongoing research project investigating the views of trade constituencies from major rising powers across the world, and what they tell us about the likely shape of the global trade system to come. Since the launch of the Doha Development Agenda in 2001, the domination of traditional trade powers, namely the EU, the US, Canada, Australia and Japan, has given way to a more complex governance system featuring rising powers such as Brazil, China, Russia, India and South Africa. The seminar will feature academic specialists on the international trading system as well as trade professionals from the United States and Australia.
Professor Ann Capling, Murdoch University
Dr Silke Trommer, Murdoch University
Ms Cynthia A. Griffin, U.S. Consul General
Ms Andrea Gleason, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Light lunch provided
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