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MMouéllé Investissements Etrangers 24m
The Africa private sector in the (World Trade Center) with
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Gordon G. Chang Sep 17
steals hundreds of billions of dollars of intellectual property each year, but the has just ruled that Prez 's Section 301 tariffs, a remedy for that theft, violate its rules. If that body won't let us protect ourselves from this crime, is it time to leave?
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Foreign Ministry 🇸🇦 Sep 13
With a vast expertise in both private and public sectors, and a great career record, H.E. Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri continues his nomination journey to the position of Director-General.
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Graham Lanktree 5h
Replying to @g_lanktree
Hungary plans to break ranks with other countries to support the U.K.’s former Trade Secretary Liam Fox for the top job at the in the next round of voting. 🇭🇺
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Jeff Rubin Sep 19
Proposed bill by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark)would reimpose annual review that prevailed before China's inclusion into the that allows or any other sitting president to block trade with China.
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ماجد عبدالله القصبي 14h
Best wishes for HE Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri in the second phase of the World Trade Organization () Director-General's election. He is aware of the challenges the WTO is facing today and his breadth of experience uniquely equips him for leading the WTO into a new era of excellence
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GTPA 8h
Who's still in the running for leadership?
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CPierceUK 12h
The Hungarian foreign affairs minister, has announced PM Boris Johnson had successfully canvassed his Government into supporting Liam Fox, former international trade secretary, for the job of next Director General.
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فيصل بن فرحان 20h
Warmest congratulations to H.E. Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri for advancing to the next stage of the World Trade Organization () Director-General's election.
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The Source Magazine Sep 18
Former Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala's hope of securing the World Trade Organization, WTO, top job brightened when she made the final five.
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Albert Rudatsimburwa 🇷🇼 Sep 19
Great Times Three women, 2 from , in final five for leadership race
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ሸንጎ-Global | ⓈⒽⒺⓃⒼⓄ-🌍l | Sep 18
Who will be the next for ? An interesting trend to follow in the coming weeks and months.
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Flutter2020 Sep 19
The needs to be kicked out of the immediately.
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Indo-Pacific News Sep 15
'completely inadequate' on trade violations: The US responded defiantly on Tuesday to a World Trade Organization report criticizing Trump's tariffs on China & calling the US tariffs on China "illegal".
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About Her Sep 18
Saudi Arabia’s Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri has advanced to the second round of voting for the next World Trade Organization chief. The remaining candidates are Kenya's Amina Mohamed, South Korea's Yoo Myung-hee, Nigeria's Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, and Britain's Liam Fox.
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محمد بن أحمد السديري 13h
His Excellency Mohammed Al-Tuwaijri can make a difference and he is able to return the glow to with his capabilities and leadership style.
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African Business Magazine Sep 18
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala of and Amina Mohamed of make the final 5 candidates for the leadership of the putting more pressure on to back a unified candidate to claim the highest position in global trade.
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Wendy Cutler Sep 18
Although there was little doubt the three highly qualified female candidates would make it to the next DG selection round, it is great news for an organization that has been populated with too many men at senior positions for way too long.
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Valdis Dombrovskis Sep 16
The need to reform and revitalise the multilateral system has never been so urgent. This is why we want the to lead reform of the to be fit for today’s world. 🇪🇺🇪🇺🇪🇺
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WTO ECAMPUS 20h
Join the next focused on the key theme "Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures" in the E-Learning Platform (), and get live answers from our special guest! Get your questions ready to share them during the Chat!
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