News headlines for “WTO Doha “Development” Trade Round Collapse, 2006”, page 4

  1. Can the BRICS Make a Difference At Busan?

    Friday, November 11, 2011

    As shock waves from Greece's economic crisis emanate across the Eurozone and the Occupy protests in the U.S. grow bolder in their critique of the dominant neoliberal system, it seems clear to many observers that the old hegemonic economic order is fading fast.

  2. IBSA: In Conflict with the EU

    Tuesday, November 01, 2011

    When the G20 leaders meet for their fifth summit in Cannes, France, on Thursday, they will be confronted with several worsening global economic and trade issues. Among them is how to strengthen the international trading system and how to overcome the developmental deficit that continues to create an uneven playing field for poor countries.

  3. EUROPE: ‘Agenda for Change’ Leaves Middle-Income Countries Out in the Cold

    Monday, October 31, 2011

    Last week the European Commission unveiled its ‘Agenda for Change’, a new policy framework outlining priorities for the European Union’s development aid and detailing the Commission’s renewed focus on economic growth as a means of poverty reduction, particularly in the world’s poorest countries.

  4. TRADE: Developing Countries Out in the Cold at WTO

    Friday, October 14, 2011

    Developing countries, particularly from Africa, are concerned about attempts by industrialised nations to change the negotiating dynamic of the World Trade Organization.

  5. Africa Ravaged by Continued Denial of Market Access

    Friday, October 07, 2011

    The poorest countries in Africa are not merely the victims of natural calamities. They are also ravaged by the continued denial of market access as promised in the Doha trade negotiations, say African trade diplomats.

  6. Grassroots Women Urge Rights-Based Development Path

    Friday, September 23, 2011

    The streets around the headquarters of the world's leading financial institutions — the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund — have been transformed into a canvas over the last three days.

  7. Moving Aid from Fire-Fighting to Long-Term Results

    Friday, September 23, 2011

    Civil society organisations weighed in Friday on the risks and necessities associated with results-driven aid, asking the key question when it comes to a development project: Results for whom? Donors, or the people on the ground?

  8. Bill Gates to Offer Support for 'Robin Hood' Tax

    Thursday, September 22, 2011

    Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates appears poised to endorse the adoption of a controversial financial transactions tax (FTT) to be used as a new source of development aid for poor countries.

  9. Uneven Results in Bid to Halt Needless Mother and Child Deaths

    Wednesday, September 21, 2011

    Political, private sector and civil society leaders from around the world gathered here on Tuesday to recommit to a year-old initiative, Every Woman Every Child, which aims to prevent 16 million maternal and child deaths by 2015.

  10. Women Hung Out to Dry in Global Labour Market

    Tuesday, September 20, 2011

    Amid policy battles over food production, energy resources and economic decline, one untapped natural resource that is guaranteed to boost production on a global scale has been stubbornly overlooked — the power of women in the labour force.

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