China Demands Inclusive World Trade Organization Reform Process
China demanded that the World Trade Organization (WTO) protect the interests of developing countries in deciding on appropriate reforms of the institution, a week ahead of the G20 summit meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“The majority of [WTO] members, especially developing countries, should be able to participate in the reform process, rather than have a small group of members decide on the reforms,” said Wang Shouwen, Chinese vice minister of Commerce, at a press conference on WTO reforms (link in Chinese).
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