Kenya’s former WTO General Council chair, Amina Mohamed, is one of eight candidates battling to become the next head of global trade’s governing body. Photo: AFPKenya’s former WTO General Council chair, Amina Mohamed, is one of eight candidates battling to become the next head of global trade’s governing body. Photo: AFP
Kenya’s former WTO General Council chair, Amina Mohamed, is one of eight candidates battling to become the next head of global trade’s governing body. Photo: AFP

exclusive | Amina Mohamed: WTO contender backs a new rule book in US-China trade war

  • Amina Mohamed, one of the front runners to be next World Trade Organisation (WTO) director general, foresees Geneva body being an ‘honest broker’ in the trade war
  • The Kenyan, a WTO veteran and experienced politician, is one of eight candidates looking to succeed Robert Azevedo, while Chinese academics back an African leader

Topic |   World Trade Organisation (WTO)
Kenya’s former WTO General Council chair, Amina Mohamed, is one of eight candidates battling to become the next head of global trade’s governing body. Photo: AFPKenya’s former WTO General Council chair, Amina Mohamed, is one of eight candidates battling to become the next head of global trade’s governing body. Photo: AFP
Kenya’s former WTO General Council chair, Amina Mohamed, is one of eight candidates battling to become the next head of global trade’s governing body. Photo: AFP
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