NextGenTrade®

WITA’s NextGenTrade® initiative focuses on emergent trade issues that will be at the center of trade discussions, negotiations and disputes in the years to come.

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Is Bilateralism the Future of US Trade Policy? Should it be?

Kimberly Ann Elliott | 01/04/2017

WASHINGTON –  In the wake of recent stumbles in multilateral and regional trade negotiations, would the United States do better by shifting to a bilateral focus? The Doha Round of…

Here Come the Robots: Imagining the Footwear Factories of the Future

Matt Vitone | 12/04/2016

Try and imagine the footwear factory of the future. What do you see?...

Intellectual Property and Access to Science and Culture: Convergence or Conflict?

Christophe Geiger (Editor) | 12/02/2016

The International Centre for Trade and S...

The Future of International Trade

Claude Fontheim | 10/20/2016

In this era of Donald Trump and Brexit, have we reached the end of the prevailing liberal trade pol...

Trade and the Second Renaissance

Dr. Chris Kutarna | 10/13/2016

It is stunning that neither nominee for leadership of the country long regarded as global trade...

The Future of Trade in Services (an EU perspective)

Erik van der Marel | 10/12/2016

Today the new EU Regional Economic Report from the World Bank together with it...

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