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Title: Informal caucuses within the WTO: Singapore in the “invisibles group”
Authors: Desker, Barry
Keywords: Social sciences::Economic theory::International trade
Social sciences::Political science::Public administration::Asia::Singapore
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing
Source: Desker, B. (2011). Informal caucuses within the WTO: Singapore in the “invisibles group”. C. L. Lim & M. Liang (Eds.), Economic Diplomacy: Essays and Reflections by Singapore's Negotiators (pp. 41-57). World Scientific Publishing.
Abstract: The following sections are included: - Introduction - The Invisibles Group - Origins of the Invisibles Group - The 1995 Inaugural Meeting - Five Meetings Before the Singapore Ministerial Conference - What these Meetings Achieved - Opportunity Lost and the Proliferation of Free Trade Agreements - Singapore's Inclusion in Key Informal Groupings - Ensuring a Central Role for the WTO Director-General - Influence of the Quads and the Absence of a Developing Country Agenda - Accomplishing the Information Technology Agreement - The Second WTO Ministerial Conference - The Issue of NGO Participation - End of the Invisibles - Conclusion
ISBN: 978-981-4324-63-2
DOI: 10.1142/9789814324649_0003
Rights: © 2011 World Scientific Publishing. All rights reserved.
Fulltext Permission: none
Fulltext Availability: No Fulltext
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