Published on Friday, 1 March, 2024
WTO Dispute Resolution System : What can be done?The experts gathered under the "Rethinking WTO Dispute Settlement" initiative at uOttawa have highlighted the critical need to adjust the WTO's dispute settlement mechanisms in response to the evolutions of global trade. This visual post presents a summary of their contributions and offers reflections on future directions, encouraging a renewal of commitment and increased cooperation in the adjudication of international trade disputes. The experts outline a vision for a strengthened and flexible international commercial governance system, capable of navigating the complexities of global trade.
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Rethinking WTO Dispute Settlement: a Unique Group of Experts Reunited to Brainstorm the Future of the WTOSee more
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