World trade: the risk of competitive discrimination


Commerce promotes growth and growth combats poverty. But the wealth at times appears to be distributed in an unacceptable way. Among the priorities of the OMC, one can have a particular effect on the future: the success of the Doha Round to avoid a return to the “law of the jungle”. And, after the dual No to the Constitution, the role of the European Union is more difficult, but even more necessary.

Commerce promotes growth and growth combats poverty. But the wealth at times appears to be distributed in an unacceptable way. Among the priorities of the OMC, one can have a particular effect on the future: the success of the Doha Round to avoid a return to the “law of the jungle”. And, after the dual No to the Constitution, the role of the European Union is more difficult, but even more necessary.

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