World Trade Organization: A Citizens Guide, 2nd Edition
|The World Trade Organization is a global
institution with a membership of 135 countries, and a mandate to administer and
enforce international trade agreements.
In World Trade Organization: A Citizens Guide, the author offers an independent view of the WTO and how it is using its powers in areas ranging from agriculture and the environment to labour and culture. He describes WTO decisions in all these areas and argues a case that the WTO is promoting the interests of global corporations at the expense of people in countries everywhere. He offers ideas for mounting effective challenges to the WTO and for developing a more humane approach to world trade.
Introduction by Maude Barlow.
Written by Steven Shrybman. Published by James Lorimer & Company Ltd., 2001.
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Last modified: November 10, 2001
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