Will WTO survive under Trump?
#11
https://asia.nikkei.com/Politics-Economy...al-meeting

India, US combine to stymie WTO ministerial meeting

Washington's blocking of appellate body appointments may worsen trade rows

BUENOS AIRES/GENEVA -- The World Trade Organization ended its latest ministerial conference on Wednesday with no declaration in its first such meeting since U.S. President Donald Trump took office.
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#12
25-12-2017 8:40 AM
sclim said:
sure can survive. max two terms. the amount of time taken to make things thing changed takes longer than that.

Under the closed system on govt, the constant stay in power on 2 terms can created a maximum damage to international community

Unlike the open system on citizen , the constant change power can remove them immediately on havoc . On self check system inplace driven by citizen authority..
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#13
If globalisation is benign, WTO will survive.
But it is not.
WTO must die!
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#14
31-12-2017 4:45 PM
singlion said:
If globalisation is benign, WTO will survive.
But it is not.
WTO must die!

Then Singapore will be in trouble!
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#15
31-12-2017 5:26 PM
talkingstocking said:
Then Singapore will be in trouble!

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#16
Since Trump choose tax cut and increase military spending of course
notlisten rest of the world cry for open market.
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also rest of the world choose dunsee or duntell
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2015 CBO projection
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#17
http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12...845823.htm

Commentary: New EU trade rules encroach upon WTO principles
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#18
https://www.thespec.com/news-story/80867...sive-text/

Canada rejects angry American NAFTA criticism, says it has tabled extensive text

OTTAWA — Canada is shooting back at American criticism that it is being inflexible and unconstructive at the North American Free Trade renegotiation that resumed this week in Montreal.

Canadian officials are taking direct aim at the narrative that its negotiators are being inflexible — or even obstinate — when it comes to discussing the controversial U.S. proposals to raise continental content on automobiles, scrap the dispute resolution mechanism, and institute a five-year sunset clause.
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#19
https://www.cfr.org/article/nafta-china-...inning-end

NAFTA, China, and the WTO: End of the Beginning, or Beginning of the End?

The next few weeks could be the most consequential for global trade since the final negotiations in December of 1993 that led to the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO).

Depending on the outcome, the United States and the world could begin the serious work needed to find new trade arrangements that acknowledge the relative waning of U.S. economic power and the rise of the rest.

Or this month could mark the unraveling of the rules that have shaped global commerce for the past quarter century.

Two events are central—the critical sixth round of the renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico, which begins in Montreal on January 23; and the expected announcement of a series of U.S. trade actions targeted at China, which could be unveiled during or prior to President Trump’s first State of the Union address on January 30.

We should know shortly whether the Trump administration intends to pursue a unilateral approach that will end in disappointment and failure, or will seek common ground with trading partners to address very real challenges.
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#20
http://thehill.com/policy/finance/369816...-a-mistake

Trump administration calls China, Russia entry into WTO a mistake

The Trump administration said the United States made mistakes letting China and Russia join the World Trade Organization (WTO) because they have failed to shift to market-based economies.
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