The University of Adelaide speaks to the WTO on demystifying regional trade agreements

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A rare interview featuring Dr Rebecca LaForgia – Senior Lecturer, Adelaide Law School at the recording studio of the World Trade Organization (WTO).

Watch this video that features members of the secretariat from the Committee on Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs) address the following topics:

  • What is a RTA? Rohini Acharya, Counsellor, Chief of Section Policies Review Division, WTO.
  • Why is it important to know more about RTAs? Jean-Daniel Rey – Counsellor, Regional Trade Agreements Section – Trade Policies Review Division, WTO.
  • How does the WTO monitor RTAs? Ana Cristina Molina, Trade Policy Analyst, Regional Trade Agreements Section, WTO.
  • So what happens after the notification of the RTAs? Jo-ann Crawford, Counsellor, Regional Trade Agreements section- Trade Policies Review Division – WTO.
  • After the WTO Secretariat prepares a summary about the RTA, is that the end of the process? Ana Cristina Molina, Trade Policy analyst, Regional Trade Agreements Section, WTO.
  • Tell us more about the role of the WTO Committee on Regional Trade Agreements (CRTA). Jean-Daniel Rey – Counsellor, Regional Trade Agreements Section- Trade Policies Review Division, WTO.
  • Where can information and documents be accessed? Rohini Acharya, Counsellor, Chief of Section Policies Review Division WTO

For more information on WTO RTAs visit:  rtais.wto.org

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