Key policy options for the G20 in 2017 to support an open and inclusive trade and investment system

Akman, M. Sait / Axel Berger / Uri Dadush / Simon Evenett / Lise Johnson / Maximiliano Mendez-Parra / Raul Ochoa / Claudia Schmucker
External Publications (2017)

published on G20 Insights March 31, 2017


In the face of exceptional challenges, the G20 should step up its efforts in 2017 to preserve the current global trade and investment system, including effective multilateral dispute settlement procedures, while not losing sight of medium-term reforms. The G20 should focus on (1) supporting the World Trade Organization, (2) being upfront about the mixed effects of trade and investment, (3) improving G20 measures to tackle protectionism and (4) promoting investment facilitation.

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Berger, Axel

Political Science

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