Petros C. Mavroidis is a Non-resident fellow at Bruegel and a Professor of Law at Columbia University. He is a member of the Institut de droit international and has acted as chief reporter (along with Henrik Horn) for the American Law Institute study “Principles of International Trade: the WTO”. He has previously taught at EUI (Florence), Princeton, and ULB (Brussels), and has been employed by the WTO where he is now advising developing countries.
What changes can be made to make China and the WTO more compatible with each other?
An examination of China’s participation in the World Trade Organization, the conflicts it has caused, and how WTO reforms could ease them.
This session at the WTO Public Forum, in Geneva, will discuss a proposal for the WTO to accommodate China better while retaining its priciples.
China’s participation in the WTO has been anything but smooth, as its self-proclaimed socialist market economy system has alienated its trading partne