GEN23-4

Title of the activity
XXII Short Trade Policy Course for ALADI Member Countries
Activity Type
Regional course/Workshop
Description
This two-week course provides a horizontal perspective of WTO principles, functions and agreements at the multilateral and regional levels. Topics covered in the programme are, inter alia, Market Access for non-agricultural goods, Agriculture, Rules of Origin, Trade Facilitation, Trade in Services, TRIPS, Rules, Trade and Environment, trade & Gender and Dispute Settlement.
The activity is co-organized by the ALADI (Asociación Latinoamericana de Integración) and the WTO.
Venue
Uruguay
City
Montevideo
Trade topic
Multi topic
Start Date
End Date
Duration (days)
10
selection process
Candidates must be government officials with responsibility for issues related to international or regional trade and be based in their own country. The letter of invitation along with the application form will be sent through the partner, ALADI.
Pre-requisite
Candidates must have passed the introductory online training course on the WTO, or demonstrate equivalent knowledge acquired through professional experience.
Implementing officer or contact person for the activity in the above Division/Section
Target Audience
Government officials
Language
Spanish
BTOR
Key Result
1. Government officials are implementing WTO Agreements and fully realising Members' rights and obligations
Key Output
1.1: Government officials have enhanced knowledge about WTO Agreements, trade policy formulation and conduct of trade negotiations
Beneficiaries
Argentina
Bolivia, Plurinational State of
Brazil
Chile
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Mexico
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
Uruguay