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.


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? If it were up to Adidas, it would look something like thousands of shoes rolling off a…

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...

NextGenTrade™ by WITA

Stephen Lamar and Kenneth I Levinson | 09/15/2016

“There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known un...


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