Nature : Conference
Location : The Taj Mahal Hotel & NLU, Delhi
Contact : As mentioned in the post below
We are happy to announce that the Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization (WTO), together with National Law University, Delhi, is organizing the [email protected] Conference in New Delhi on February 16-18, 2017 to mark the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the WTO. Five highly successful conferences as part of the [email protected] series have already been held at Florence (Italy), Seoul (South Korea), Beijing (China), Cancun (Mexico), and Cambridge (USA). The Conference in New Delhi (India) will be the final event of the series. The deadline for registration is February 5, 2017.
About the Conference
Coming at a time when the world has witnessed significant developments in the areas of global cooperation and economic relations, the Conference will reflect on the current state and the future prospects of the multilateral trade regime, in general, and its legal disciplines, in particular. Over the course of three days, the [email protected] Conference in New Delhi will bring together leading practitioners, adjudicators, business leaders, policymakers, diplomats, and academics working in the field of international trade and law. Details about the Conference, including the program and registration information, are available on the Conference website: http://ciipc.org/wto20.
The Conference will feature a keynote speech by Mr Arvind Subramanian, the Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India, on India’s role and interests in the multilateral trade regime. The keynote will be followed by a roundtable discussion titled “The New Global Politics: Is There Space for Trade Multilateralism?”
The Conference sessions will develop on six main themes:
- The WTO and trade in services;
- The evolution of, and challenges posed by, trade remedy disputes at the WTO;
- Addressing non-trade concerns at the WTO;
- The role of the WTO in international intellectual property governance;
- The WTO dispute settlement system and other areas of global governance; and
- Developing countries’ participation in WTO dispute settlement.
The entire draft program can be viewed here.