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Trade and Environment in the WTO: A review of its initial work and future prospects (No. 5)

USD 8.00 Publisher: TWN
ISBN: 983-9747-24-X
Year: 1997
No. of pages: 68
Size of book: 16.5cm x 24cm
Author: Magda Shahin
About the Author

Magda Shahin is a Minister Plenipotentiary of the Mission of Egypt to the World Trade Organisation (WTO). She was one of the leading negotiators in the Committee on Trade and Environment of the WTO in the intense negotiations in preparation for the first WTO Ministerial Conference held in Singapore in December 1996. She is also widely regarded as a leading spokesperson for the interests of developing country-delegations in the trade and environment discussions at the WTO.


1: Introduction    

2: The Relationship between Multilateral Environment Agreements (MEAs) and the

3: Environment Measures with Trade Effects, especially Ecolabelling

4: The Effect of Environmental Measures on Market Access

5: Domestically Prohibited Goods, and TRIPs: A Brief Comment

6: Conclusion


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