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WTO World Trade Report 2021 Launch

8 November 2021

16 November 2021 | 3:00-4:15 pm CET
 

WTO Chairs webinar on digital trade in Latin America and the Caribbean

29 October 2021

This webinar will focus on a number of specific issues policymakers need to address in responding to the challenges and opportunities offered by di

DDG Zhang gives an opening remark for the workshop organized by the Chair in Indonesia on “Trade, Circular Economy and Sustainability”

23 September 2021

DDG Zhang: Trade plays a unique role in scaling up circular economy solutions

Joint webinar on "Gender and Trade in the Americas" WTO Chairs in Chile, Mexico and Barbados

26 August 2021

The WTO Chairs in Barbados, Chile and Mexico are launching a series of webinars on trade and gender in the Americas under the auspices of the WTO C

CALL FOR PAPERS on MSMEs and COVID-19: Impacts, Challenges and Opportunities

25 August 2021

CALL FOR PAPERS
WCP Virtual International Conference

WTO signs a Memorandum of Understanding with European Law Students Association, organizer of the John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition on WTO Law

10 August 2021

The WTO has signed a formal Memorandum of Understanding with the European Law Students Association (ELSA) formalising the 20-year long fruitful rel

A Delegation Led by YI Xiaozhun, Former Deputy Director-General of the WTO, Visited SUIBE

9 July 2021

On July 5, 2021, Mr. YI Xiaozhun, former Deputy Director-General of the WTO, and Mr.

Chilean Chair: Call for Papers on Gender and Trade

6 July 2021

LATIN AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TRADE POLICY WTO CHAIRS PROGRAM GENDER AND TRADE THEMATIC ISSUE

Mauritius Chair participate in high level panel discussion on COVID-19 and Green Economic Recovery: What Roles for Sustainable Tourism?

22 June 2021

Tourism accounts for up to 40% and 70% of GDP in developing countries and small islands economies, respectively, and has strong linkages with other

Webinar on Trade and Nature Disasters

11 May 2021

Natural disasters affect all states but for  smallest and vulnerable economies (SVEs), the situation is even more acute.

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