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The course was opened by H.E. Mr Jonathan T. Fried, Permanent Representative of Canada to the WTO, and Ms Bridget Chilala, Director of the Institute for Training and Technical Cooperation.

The ATPC represents the highest level of training (level 3) in the WTO's progressive learning programme and is targeted at participants who already possess a sound knowledge of the WTO and its agreements. The course will focus on helping participants develop and apply practical skills on issues such as: trade policy analysis, formulation and implementation; trade negotiations; dispute settlement; and trade monitoring. Both legal and economic aspects of WTO rules and disciplines will be examined in a series of interactive sessions, including case studies, simulations and exercises. Roundtable discussions will provide a platform for practical exchanges, sharing of experiences and best practices as well as debating present-day trade-related topics. Participants will also be expected to prepare and deliver a presentation relating to a trade policy topic.

At the opening of the course, participants were encouraged to adopt a critical and constructive approach, keeping in mind their home country's perspective and involvement in the multilateral trading system. In addition, they were urged to be proactive in order to benefit from an exchange of ideas, perspectives and opinions and to enhance their ability to conduct WTO-related work.

ATPC — Course Booklet

List of the participants  back to top

Tricia Kathryn GIDEON

Belize

Sefatlhego MATEBEKWANE

Botswana

Phadenvordeth MOENG

Cambodia

Jan Luis PIANTINI DE LOS SANTOS

Dominican Republic

Edison Santiago SANCHEZ MOLINA

Ecuador
 

Nicholas QUANSAH

Ghana

Clifford Charles St James SPENCER

Jamaica
 

Moawiah A'TIAT

Jordan

Anne KAMAU

Kenya

Souchitta SRITTHIRATH

Lao People's Democratic Republic

Sekone MASIA

Lesotho

Ahmed IFTHIKHAR

Maldives

Daniela DUMITRAS

Moldova

Asser NASHIKAKU

Namibia

Simeon Azubuike ONYERIKWU

Nigeria

Mazin Humaid Sabeea AL SIYABI

Oman

Abdulla AL GHANIM

Qatar

Gaudence MUKAMURENZI

Rwanda

Nyanya BROWNE

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Ricky JN BAPTISTE

Saint Lucia
 

Abdullah BIN ABDUL AZIZ

Singapore

Abdurakhmon ABDURAKHMONOV   

Tajikistan

Gloria KIDULILE

Tanzania

Geneva Georgina Laurel OLIVERIE

Trinidad and Tobago

Laurean Butubira BATEGANA

Uganda

Mandy GAMANYA

Zimbabwe

 

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