Tag: World Trade Organization

Is China a ‘Market Economy?’ It doesn’t matter.

The key to the current discussion is in what comes next. Many have argued over whether China meets the criteria under U.S. law to be treated as a market economy. A closer reading of China’s WTO accession protocol reveals that...

/ April 26, 2016

WTO Accession, Globalization, and a Changing China

The views of the Chinese government and public have changed over the years, but most Chinese believe the country’s World Trade Organization membership has benefited China.by Wang YongWhen assessing China’s World Trade Organization (WTO) membership, it is helpful to examine...

/ October 1, 2011

China’s Continuing Need for the WTO

China’s WTO membership can help the country achieve economic reforms and greater prosperity. by James Bacchus The advantages of World Trade Organization (WTO) membership have helped accelerate China’s historic return to global economic prominence in the past 10 years. Since...

/ October 1, 2011

China’s Role in the WTO

On the 10th anniversary of China’s World Trade Organization entry, WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy highlights the significance of the country’s membership. Established in 1995, the World Trade Organization (WTO) is the only global international organization that manages trade rules between...

/ October 1, 2011

Ten Years of WTO Membership

Gains for China and the US, but More Must Be Doneby John FrisbieThis column is adapted from a speech US-China Business Council (USCBC) President John Frisbie delivered at a panel with PRC Minister of Commerce Chen Deming and Ambassador to...

/ October 1, 2011