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RT: WTO expects trade growth to more than double in 2014

Published time: April 15, 2014 11:57

Reuters / Ruben Sprich

World trade is expected to grow by 4.7 percent in 2014, more than double the 2.1 percent increase last year, the WTO says. 393 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

Greater Role Required For World Trade Body For Smaller Trading Nations Such As Wales

Over the past four years the world has undergone a period of fundamental change, making impossible the idea of achieving a global consensus on trade liberalisation. 439 more words

Wales

AP Macro: World Trade Organization

      Trade barriers made the Great Depression in the early 1930s even worse, but the world has moved toward freer trade since 1934. The first trade agreement to involve a large number of countries was the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. 103 more words

AP Macro

Fresh Push Needed On Foreign Direct Investment

There is a strong relationship between foreign investment and economic growth. Larger inflows of foreign investments are needed for Wales to achieve a sustainable high trajectory of economic growth. 449 more words

Wales

Universities' Role In Promoting Wales To The World

One of the aims of our universities is to play a part in achieving a higher growth rate and sustained improvement in our economy. Universities operate on an increasingly international basis. 568 more words

Wales

UNASUR: Democracy and Constitutionalism

UNASUR, (Union de Naciones Suramericanas), the Union of South Americann Nations

adopted a protocol on Democracy and Constitutionalism

which has entered into force on 19 March 2014… 30 more words

Alfred De Zayas

Putin says Russia has Enough `Mechanisms' to `Protect ' the ` Market and Citizens' from ` GMO ' without Damaging the WTO '

#AceWorldNews – NOVO-OGARYOVO – March 27- Russia has enough mechanisms to protect the market and citizens from genetically modified food, without violating its obligations to the WTO, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday. 147 more words

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