The Boards of Governors of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank Group (WBG) normally meet once a year to discuss the work of their respective institutions.
This Dialogue looks at what has worked well under the rules based multilateral trading system, what could have worked better and what needs to be done in order to adapt the system to 21st century conditions and disruptions.
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 Paris Peace Forum is a forum for discussion and debate with special emphasis on civil society initiatives and for sharing experiences and innovative solutions involving all the stakeholders in governance.
The Group of Twenty (G20)—a leading forum of the world's major economies that seeks to develop global policies—will participate in a Leaders’ Summit on 30 November-1 December 2018, hosted by the Government of Argentina.
Research suggests that trade and immigration are at a peak of popularity, according to a Pew Research Centre poll.
The president’s argument is spurring the first efforts to address what major members concede is a need for change.
The heads of the IMF, OECD, World Bank and WTO made a joint call for the world to resist a rising tide of U.S.-led protectionism and return to the path of liberalization that had lifted millions out of poverty.