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 ARAB MONETARY FUND IN COOPERATION WITH WTO ORGANIZES "FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS FOR NEGOTIATING CAPACITY BUILDING" ABU DHABI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

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PostSubject: ARAB MONETARY FUND IN COOPERATION WITH WTO ORGANIZES "FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS FOR NEGOTIATING CAPACITY BUILDING" ABU DHABI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES   Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:34 am

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ARAB MONETARY FUND IN COOPERATION WITH WTO ORGANIZES "FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS FOR NEGOTIATING CAPACITY BUILDING" ABU DHABI - UNITED ARAB EMIRATES








2018-11-04






The "Free Trade Agreements for Negotiating Capacity Building", organized by the Institute for Economic Policy in the Arab Monetary Fund in cooperation with the World Trade Organization (WTO), opened this morning in Abu Dhabi from 4 to 8 November 2018.                   
In the belief of the Arab Monetary Fund of the importance of the Doha Program and trade negotiations, it has held several sessions in cooperation with the World Trade Organization to provide technical and institutional assistance to Arab countries in the fields of foreign trade on the one hand and on the other to motivate these countries to participate in the multi- Parties are seeking to enhance their competitiveness through the development of incentives for investment and the reduction of trade barriers, for example by improving the basic services of producers and facilitating trade activities. Trade liberalization means the removal or reduction of tariffs, the reduction of trade protection and the removal of customs and non-tariff barriers, such as administrative obstacles, investment barriers, liberalization of the services sector and the development of laws and regulations regulating markets.
On this occasion, Dr. Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al Humaidi, Director General and Chairman of the Fund, said:
 

Dear sisters and brothers
I am pleased to welcome you to the opening of the session on the "Free Trade Agreements for Negotiating Capacity Building" held by the Arab Monetary Fund in cooperation with the World Trade Organization, in the hope that it will contribute to deepening and enriching your information on this important subject.
 

Dear sisters and brothers
In the belief of the Arab Monetary Fund of the importance of the Doha Program and trade negotiations, it has held several sessions in cooperation with the World Trade Organization to provide technical and institutional assistance to Arab countries in the fields of foreign trade on the one hand and on the other to motivate these countries to participate in the multi- Parties are seeking to enhance their competitiveness through the development of incentives for investment and the reduction of trade barriers, for example by improving the basic services of producers and facilitating trade activities. Trade liberalization means the removal or reduction of tariffs, the reduction of trade protection and the removal of customs and non-tariff barriers, such as administrative obstacles, investment barriers, liberalization of the services sector and the development of laws and regulations regulating markets.
In this context, many Arab countries have succeeded in joining the World Trade Organization (WTO) and have reviewed their relevant legislation and regulations, many of which have adopted structural stabilization and reform programs in their belief in the importance of engaging in the global trading system. Most Arab countries have also concluded bilateral or multilateral trade agreements with EU countries and other industrialized countries in order to open export markets and raise the efficiency of domestic production. 
The Greater Arab Free Trade Area (GAFTA) was also established. The reform of trade regulations, the adoption of international standards and the protection of intellectual property rights and other measures have led to the improvement of the commercial environment of the Arab States and the upgrading to the global level.
 

Dear sisters and brothers
Countries that are more open to international trade are usually more competitive and achieve faster growth rates than countries that have not. It is clear that many developing countries continue to face significant challenges to the gains made by increased trade because of their limited supply capacity and weak investment climate. Although many developing countries are redoubling their efforts to address these shortcomings, they often find themselves deprived of access to developed country markets as a result of the continued existence of major trade barriers to their exports, particularly in the areas of agricultural commodities. Many developing countries have been affected by the global financial crisis in terms of their inability to obtain funding to cover their business activities. We hope that this important issue will be highlighted.
 

Dear sisters and brothers
The course aims to deepen the understanding and use the analytical and practical methods required to crystallize effective negotiating positions on WTO issues and matters related to foreign trade of the Arab member countries and the WTO. The course will cover the following topics:

  • Overview of WTO accession procedures.

  • Methods and strategies for trade negotiations.

  • Framework for negotiations to ease trade barriers.

  • Preparing for bilateral and multilateral negotiations.



 

In conclusion, I would like to thank the World Trade Organization for its continued cooperation with the Arab Monetary Fund, looking forward to further cooperation in the future. I would also like to thank the distinguished experts who attended the presentation of the course materials.
I wish you a successful course and a good stay in Abu Dhabi.
 

Peace, mercy and blessings of God.











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