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SAIIA event on sidelines of WTO Ministerial Conference

  • Location: Bali

On 4 December 2013, SAIIA will host a session on the sidelines of the 9th World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference, on the topic "BRICS and the Multilateral Trading System." This session is part of the Bali Trade and Development Symposium, which will take place from 3-5 December.

Over the past decade, the Symposium has earned a reputation as the premier parallel event at WTO Ministerial Conferences. These symposia offer a valuable space for a wide range of stakeholders – from policymakers to business leaders to non-governmental organisations – to engage in substantive open discussion outside the negotiating context in order to help move the sustainable development policy agenda forward.

Click here for full details of the session on the Symposium website.

Title: BRICS and the Multilateral Trading System
Date and Time: Wednesday 4 December 2013, 14:30 – 16:00
Location: Orchid Room, Bali International Convention Centre (BICC) at the Westin Resort, Nusa Dua, Bali
Theme: Trade and Economic Development

For insights into the behaviour of the BRICS in the WTO, click here to read the new English translation of the Introduction to the book, "the BRICS in the WTO".

Speakers:

  • Peter DRAPER, Senior Research Fellow-South African Institute of International Affairs
  • Pradeep MEHTA, Founder Secretary General-Consumer Unity & Trust Society International
  • Ivan OLIVEIRA, Research Fellow & Coordinator of International Economic Studies- Institute of Applied Economic Research
  • Jean-Pierre LEHMANN, Founder-Evian Group
  • Memory DUBE, Senior Researcher at the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA)
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