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Global Dialogue participants / contributors
The Global Dialogue on Trade mobilises a range of multilateral organisations and agencies from around the world to actively engage in global consultations.
As experienced users of the multilateral trading system businesses worldwide have a vested interest in shaping the future of trade.
The Global Dialogue on Trade brings the unique expertise of think tanks and academic institutions to the debate.
Forthcoming interactions between Global Dialogue and intergovernmental processes.
The Global Dialogue on Trade launches its consolidated recommendations based on the contributions of businesses, think tanks and multilateral institutions around the world.
As the Japanese Government will host the 2019 G20 meetings, the 2019 B20 Summit will take place in Tokyo, Japan from 14-15 March.
The first digitally-enabled dialogue on the future of the multilateral rules-based trading system will be extended until 1 March 2019.
Canada will join a dozen other WTO members on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos on Jan. 24.
A review of US trade policies at the WTO became a venue for allies and adversaries alike to vent their anger at American policies they said were illegal and destructive.