Tasked with managing and liberalizing global trade, the World Trade Organization (WTO) plays a critical role in the increasingly interconnected global economy. Through active negotiation among the world’s trading nations, rule enforcement and dispute settlement, the WTO often serves as a forum for some of the most challenging and influential trade policy debates, which have far-reaching implications for global growth and development.
Reuters/Stringer - An employee counts Yuan banknotes at a Bank Of China branch in Hefei, Anhui province April 6, 2010.
Can trade agreements stop currency manipulation?
April 21, 2015, Kemal Derviş
Kemal Dervis examines how national policies are affecting currency values and the role of international institutions in monitoring currency manipulation.
Developing Countries and WTO Dispute Settlement
2009, Chad P. Bown
2013, Paul Blustein
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