“Hang together to bargain better…The cost of WTO’s failure for South Asian countries will be too high”

9 August, 2006

When the Uruguay Round became a fait accompli and knowledge about the World Trade Organisation (WTO) was little, a common position for South Asian countries in the WTO looked ideal. And this is precisely what the Group of Eminent Persons report (1998) on SAARC stated, i.e., to formulate a common position in international negotiations…. (The Financial Express, 9 August, 2006)

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