Graduating LDCs in an Evolving WTO: Options and Strategies

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Bangladesh and Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) are proud of presenting a newly published study titled "Graduating LDCs in an Evolving WTO: Options and Strategies".

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Bangladesh and Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) are proud of presenting a newly published study titled “Graduating LDCs in an Evolving WTO: Options and Strategies”. The authors (Professor Mustafizur Rahman and Dr. Debapriya Bhattarcharya) have analysed recent developments and reform initiatives in the WTO from the perspectives of "graduating LDCs".

They made suggestions on how to safeguard trade interests in the course of losing the LDC status. FES Geneva Office will launch the study in the WTO Public Forum in Geneva, October 2019.

Stay tuned for updates after the launch!

Graduating LDCs in an evolving WTO

Rahman, Mustafizur; Bhattacharya, Debapriya

Graduating LDCs in an evolving WTO

Options and strategies
Geneva, 2019

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