Shi Guangsheng (front left), then Chinese minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation, celebrates with others after signing the protocol of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization on behalf of the Chinese government, in Doha, Qatar, on November 11, 2001. Photo: Xinhua
Shi Guangsheng (front left), then Chinese minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation, celebrates with others after signing the protocol of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization on behalf of the Chinese government, in Doha, Qatar, on November 11, 2001. Photo: Xinhua
Tatiana Prazeres
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Tatiana Prazeres and Pepe Zhang

As WTO members squabble over China’s role, dangers lurk for global trade

  • The growing perception gap over China’s contributions and damage to global trade and the WTO threatens to compromise the organisation’s future and make urgently needed reforms difficult

Shi Guangsheng (front left), then Chinese minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation, celebrates with others after signing the protocol of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization on behalf of the Chinese government, in Doha, Qatar, on November 11, 2001. Photo: Xinhua
Shi Guangsheng (front left), then Chinese minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation, celebrates with others after signing the protocol of China’s accession to the World Trade Organization on behalf of the Chinese government, in Doha, Qatar, on November 11, 2001. Photo: Xinhua
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