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Mr Castro commended the participants for their hard work and active engagement and encouraged them to make good use of their enhanced knowledge and skills in trade policy making back home. He noted that the main objective of the course was to strengthen the participants' critical and analytical thinking so that they would be better equipped to consider policy options and make informed decisions. Mr Castro also encouraged the participants to take advantage of a network of contacts they have built among themselves as well as with staff members of the WTO Secretariat and other Geneva-based experts. 

The ATPC focused on developing and applying practical skills on trade-related issues, including: trade policy analysis, formulation and implementation; trade negotiations; and trade monitoring. Both legal and economic aspects of WTO rules and disciplines were examined in a series of interactive sessions including case studies, simulations and exercises. Roundtable discussions with external experts, including Geneva-based delegates, provided a platform for sharing of experiences and best practices as well as debating current trade-related topics. To gain first-hand experience of WTO activities, participants attended two formal meetings of WTO committees and bodies. Participants also prepared and delivered a presentation relating to a trade policy topic.

The ATPC represents the highest level of training (level 3) for generalists in the WTO's progressive learning framework.

Details of the ATPC are provided in the Course Booklet and the Final Programme.

List of participants:

Albania

Borana

KALEMI

Azerbaijan

Mahmud

SEYIDOV

Belize

Denise Althea

MURILLO

Bhutan

Tshering

NIDUP

China

Yuguo

ZHAO

Eswatini

Lungile Portia

DLAMINI

Ghana

Dilys

ANKOMAH BOAFO

Grenada

Ernie Christopher

JAMES

Guyana

Colin Junior

LUCKIE

Hong Kong, China

Wai Lun

LO

Indonesia

Zakiul

FUAD

Iraq

Kais Mayof Hassoune

AL-QURAISHI

Kazakhstan

Zhomart

YELEUSSIZOV

Lao People's Democratic Republic

Vilayphone

XINDAVONG

Malaysia

Nurul Dalilah

BINTI ALI

Montenegro

Svetlana

BOZOVIC

Myanmar

Soe Htike

AUNG

Oman

Fatema Saif Hamood

AL-MAMARI

Rwanda

Cassien

KARANGWA

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Sherima Akiela

POWELL

Saint Lucia

Vernet Renee

SAINT OMER-FONTENELLE

Samoa

Terozita Maria

UITIME

Senegal

Aminata

KANE

Sri Lanka

Premathilake Jayakody

BATAGOLLE GEDARA

Syrian Arab Republic

Anas

ALBUKAAI

Tanzania

Mpanduji Gasto

MATHIAS

Tonga

Eva I Mahinafekite

LIAVAA

Turkey

Abdurrahman

DENIZ

Uganda

Steven Makwa

WABUSANI

Zimbabwe

Leonard

MHURU

 

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