By  on April 27, 2010

GENEVA — The World Trade Organization faces myriad issues and challenges in the coming years, not the least of which is its own effectiveness and direction.

Global developments such as political and economic power shifts, the threat of climate change and pressures on corporate compliance and labor standards will have a direct and lasting impact on the WTO’s ability to oversee global trade in sensitive sectors such as textiles and apparel, and to negotiate international accords, as countries look more to bilateral and regional pacts that better suit their needs and are easier to achieve.

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