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Editorial: Guest Editorial: Selected Perspectives On Sustainable Trade

Editorial: Guest Editorial: Selected Perspectives On Sustainable Trade EDITORIAL Guest Editorial: Selected Perspectives on Sustainable Trade The Covid-19 crisis has revealed the world’s vulnerability Organization (WTO) refers to the objectives of ‘sustain- to global shocks, and the necessity to prioritize non-trade able development’ and the protection and preservation of objectives such as health and the environment. These the environment. And that these principles have had little exceptional circumstances have prompted an impetus to practical implementation so far. Perhaps only by way of put these objectives back at the heart of the trading exception (the WTO rules allow unilateral measures to system and rethink the relationship between trade and pursue legitimate non-trade objectives that affect trade in those fundamental non-trade interests and objectives. On certain conditions). this occasion, we have rediscovered that the preamble to A crucial question to be answered is: how can we ensure the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade that the environment is no longer considered as a mere The following is a reprint of the information about the webinar. We encourage everyone to access the link below and enjoy the webinar. The Start of a New Era for Sustainable Development at the WTO? A 90-minute Zoom Webinar and Roundtable with the current Chair http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Global Trade and Customs Journal Kluwer Law International

Editorial: Guest Editorial: Selected Perspectives On Sustainable Trade

Global Trade and Customs Journal , Volume 16 (8): 2 – Jul 1, 2021

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EDITORIAL Guest Editorial: Selected Perspectives on Sustainable Trade The Covid-19 crisis has revealed the world’s vulnerability Organization (WTO) refers to the objectives of ‘sustain- to global shocks, and the necessity to prioritize non-trade able development’ and the protection and preservation of objectives such as health and the environment. These the environment. And that these principles have had little exceptional circumstances have prompted an impetus to practical implementation so far. Perhaps only by way of put these objectives back at the heart of the trading exception (the WTO rules allow unilateral measures to system and rethink the relationship between trade and pursue legitimate non-trade objectives that affect trade in those fundamental non-trade interests and objectives. On certain conditions). this occasion, we have rediscovered that the preamble to A crucial question to be answered is: how can we ensure the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade that the environment is no longer considered as a mere The following is a reprint of the information about the webinar. We encourage everyone to access the link below and enjoy the webinar. The Start of a New Era for Sustainable Development at the WTO? A 90-minute Zoom Webinar and Roundtable with the current Chair

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Global Trade and Customs JournalKluwer Law International

Published: Jul 1, 2021

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