Engaging with Stakeholders in the WTO AoA Negotiations and Challenges for ASEAN Consolidation. Plenary Session on “ASEAN and the WTO, AFTA and the FTAs” Regional Conference on Civil Society Engagement with the ASEAN October 3-5, 2005 Bangkok, Thailand.
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Plenary Session on
“ASEAN and the WTO, AFTA and the FTAs”
Regional Conference on
Civil Society Engagement with the ASEAN
October 3-5, 2005
Task Force on
WTO AoA Renegotiations
to facilitate and ensure participation
of various stakeholder sectors
concerned in the on-going negotiations
With consistent political support from stakeholders, not once did political leaders reject TFWAR’s negotiating framework
Without coordinated coalitions such as G20 and G33, developing countries individually cannot hope to achieve anything in the negotiations except waiting outside of the green rooms
As a member of the ASEAN, the Philippines is engaging FTA negotiations with ASEAN dialogue partners.