Developing Countries and the Collapse of the Doha Round

The World Trade Organization round of negotiations first established at Doha, Qatar, in 2001 collapsed in the summer of 2006. To many, this was an unimaginable failure and one of the largest obstacles the long march toward worldwide free trade had ever faced. But we asked three observers with less conventional views to express their opinions on why the Doha Round failed and what the consequences may be. Written in August and September, their perceptive comments and prognoses follow.

Developing Countries and the Collapse of the Doha Round’, YilmazAkyüz, WilliamMilberg and RobertWadeChallenge, 49(6) (2006): 6–19. Copyright © 2006 by M.E. Sharpe, Inc. Reprinted with permission of M.E. Sharpe, Inc.
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