This Essay starts by laying out the shortcomings of the WTO. In Part II it lays out the issues at stake in the Seattle Conference. Part III is about the effects of the "Seattle fiasco." Part IV gives the author's views on what a development round should be. Part V asserts that the WTO should promote fair labor standards. Finally, Part VI discusses the prospects for the WTO to address concerns of developing nations.
Ambassador Celso L.N. Amorim,
The WTO from the Perspective of a Developing Country,
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