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Buscando soluções para o comércio internacional de alimentos

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O Pontes pergunta: estarão as regras multilaterais existentes à altura do desafio de garantir alimentos a quase 10 bilhões de habitantes? Qual o papel do Brasil nesse processo?

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11,
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5
Date period: 
Monday, 22 June 2015 - 7:06pm
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For technical reasons, this event was not webcast live. However, video of each session will be uploaded shortly.

 

This dialogue will provide policy makers and other stakeholders from the East Africa Community region an opportunity to explore how global trade rules and national policies affecting agricultural markets could best promote food security and support rural development, in the run-up to the WTO's tenth Ministerial Conference in Nairobi and beyond.

With WTO members currently negotiating a work programme on the remaining Doha issues ahead of a July 2015 deadline, this dialogue will therefore constitute a unique opportunity for EAC Geneva-based negotiators and national and regional constituencies to review priorities and negotiating strategies in advance of the upcoming ministerial conference. 

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Place: 
Nairobi, Kenya
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AGRICULTURE
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Africa
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Food Security
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English
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Date period: 
Wednesday, 8 July 2015 - 8:45am to Thursday, 9 July 2015 - 3:45pm

Prices for food and agricultural products have fallen steadily since hitting a peak in 2011 – despite analysis at the time suggesting that higher and more volatile prices from 2006 onwards were a symptom of a new paradigm in food and agricultural markets, reflecting fundamentally different connections between agricultural and energy markets due to biofuels, a new pattern of weather-related production shocks and lagging productivity growth in the face of sustained demand growth especially in developing countries.

This meeting explored new trends in agricultural and energy markets and discussed the extent to which they are likely to be representative of longer-term phenomena, as well as examining the possible implications they could have for negotiators seeking to shape new rules that will govern the multilateral trading system in the years or decades ahead.

The event was webcast, and we took questions via twitter with the hashtag #ICTSDAG. 

 

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Geneva, WTO Room D
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AGRICULTURE
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Global
Main Tag: 
Food Security
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English
Date period: 
Tuesday, 2 June 2015 - 3:00pm

Retos crecientes del comercio internacional

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16,
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3
Date period: 
Friday, 8 May 2015 - 5:15pm
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