Trade in goods

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The Council for Trade in Goods addressed a large number of trade concerns in 2015, reflecting its increasing role as a forum for airing concerns about measures, policies and practices considered potentially discriminatory or trade-restricting. It also considered a number of waiver requests and took note of an updated and comprehensive list of notifications submitted by WTO members. The Philippines delivered a statement about the obstacles faced by micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises in participating in regional and global markets. Colombia presented the conclusions of a panel on illicit trade and money laundering.

Related Topics: The WTO ; Trade monitoring
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