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WTO Trade Dialogue on Food

February 16

It is time for another WTO Trade Dialogue on Food.  This one will focus on high tech foods and WTO rules.  There is no advance registration required.

Date:     Thursday, February 16, 2023

Time:     14h – 15h30 (CET)

Link:       Click here to watch

You can send your questions to Dialogues@wto.org either before or during the dialogue.  Your active participation is encouraged!

The aim of the WTO Trade Dialogues on Food is to create a conversation around the role of international trade in food security. The Dialogues invite experts from governments, non-governmental organizations, businesses, academia, think tanks and foundations, to debate the most topical issues in food trade. Each year the international trading system moves enough wheat, maize, rice, and soybean to feed approximately three billion people around the globe. Climate change will make international trade even more central to food security, acting as a vital conduit for food from food-surplus to food-deficit nations in the wake of natural calamities. The Trade Dialogues on Food are designed to shed greater light on the complexity of the food trade nexus, creating a safe space for public policy debate


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