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International Trade

Ever since the WTO Conference in Seattle, there has been growing awareness of globalisation issues within civil society. Many categorically and
perhaps a little prematurely, question the legitimacy of the WTO. Hence, a profound crisis of confidence, or rather distrust, between civil society and international organisations that, like the WTO, have been trying for years to establish a truly negotiated state of law that is neither unilateral nor imposed by the most powerful. Although it is beyond the scope of this paper to make an inventory of what is satisfactory and what is not, it is nonetheless possible to outline some basic thinking and offer proposals on trade and on how the WTO should be reformed and develop.

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