The importance of completing the Doha Development Agenda sooner rather than later goes beyond bringing gains of $360 billion of additional trade with substantial benefits for industrialised and developing economies (HLTE 2011).
There is no Plan B – only Plan A: Towards completing Doha
Mari Pangestu, 28 May 2011
Acknowledge Doha’s demise and move on to save the WTO
Susan C Schwab, 28 May 2011
The Doha Round has failed. It is time for the international community to acknowledge this sad fact and move on. Prolonging the pretence that the Doha Round will succeed is now a greater threat to the WTO and the multilateral trading system than facing the truth.
Keeping the WTO on track: A Doha down payment plus more
Richard Baldwin, Simon J Evenett, 28 May 2011
World leaders are in a bind over the Doha Round. Carrying on with business as usual is no longer an option – the impasse that has emerged cannot be solved with a few more negotiating sessions. Abandoning the Round has been ruled out by almost all WTO members, nor is there much appetite for suspending the Round.
Next Steps: Getting past the Doha Round crisis
Ujal Singh Bhatia, 28 May 2011
For reasons that are too well known to be repeated, the WTO finds itself at the crossroads. Decisions to be taken in the next few weeks will determine whether it can steer its way to a successful conclusion of the Doha Round in the near future.
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