Doha Round: What is at stake for the private sector?
The Doha Round has been debated and discussed at length by academics and commentators. But what would a successful conclusion of the round actually mean for entrepreneurs and businesses engaged in international trade? Is the private sector participating enough in the negotiation? Are their concerns being echoed by government officials at the negotiating table? What is at stake for businesses? Jacqueline CotÚ, International Chamber of Commerce's Permanent Representative in Geneva, and Rajesh Aggarwal, Senior Advisor on the International Trading System at the International Trade Centre, discuss the issues with Keith Rockwell, WTO Spokesperson.
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WTO Public Forum
This debate was recorded during the WTO Public Forum 2008. Other debates recorded at the time of the Public Forum will be published in the coming months.