Summary of the Ethical Trade Fact-finding Process (ETFP) project, including a thorough review of existing studies on the nature and extent of unreliab...
This paper by Phil Evans is a commentary on his manual, `Unwrapping the WTO: what consumers need to know'.
A revised and updated version of 'Unpacking the GATT'.
Consumers International policy positions and recommendations for the World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial in Hong Kong.
Competition law and consumer protection issues.
Consumers International believes that now is the time for the G8 to stop proposing piecemeal reforms for Africa.
Agriculture, services and other issues in the context of the bilateral negotiations between the USA and SACU countries.
Agricultural trade liberalisation measures to be reviewed and revised to ensure food security for all consumers.