Two Competing Views of the WTO and Global Trade
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In this article, the writer discusses two competing views of the WTO and the free global trade it supports. The writer discusses that the two views are that they create shared prosperity or foster inequality and the domination by a few. The writer argues that it is the latter viewpoint that is the more defensible of the two.
From the Paper:"When the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement was signed, US president Ronald Reagan referred to it as the "economic constitution of North America." Significantly, several years later when the World Trade Organization was founded, its Director General used very similar constitutional language to describe its impact upon the planet (Shrybman 4). The surprising significance of these statements is that it is the promoters of free international trade and the WTO who are asserting their preeminent power and not the critics of these organizations."
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