Alicia Greenidge

Founder and President of expert advisory practice, Summit Alliances International sàrl (SAI)

Alicia Greenidge is founder and president of expert advisory practice in Geneva, Summit Alliances International sàrl (SAI) established in 2009. She serves as expert trade adviser to the LDC Group at the WTO on services trade, having assisted the LDC Group on their strategy and preparations leading up to and beyond the successful high-level meeting in 2015; and assistance on texts resulting in the LDC Services Decision adopted at MC10. With the teams, she also assisted the ACP Group in its contributions to the Nairobi Ministerial Declaration for and at MC10, as well as certain elements from the LDC Group. Her background includes having served two decades in the U.S. government, 10 of those years as a senior trade negotiator in Geneva before the WTO.

Opinion

17 March 2016
The WTO Tenth Ministerial Conference in Nairobi, Kenya was a success with some important agriculture-related decisions, a ministerial declaration, and decisions on select least developed country issues. [1] These decisions and a declaration were a mere possibility when WTO members left Geneva for...

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17 March 2016
The WTO Tenth Ministerial Conference in Nairobi, Kenya was a success with some important agriculture-related decisions, a ministerial declaration, and decisions on select least developed country issues. [1] These decisions and a declaration were a mere possibility when WTO members left Geneva for...
8 April 2015
Abstract: Several WTO members indicated concrete sectors and modes of supply where they intend to provide preferential treatment to least developed countries’ services and services suppliers at a WTO High-Level Meeting on 5 February. What strategy did the LDC Group utilize to influence such notable...