Does the World Trade Organization Create Opportunity or Exploitation?

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Does the World Trade Organization Create Opportunity or Exploitation?
The following paper asks an important question: does the world trade organization create opportunity – or does it create exploitation? Furthermore, what is the impact upon the environment and what is the view of this particular writer? In general, the WTO does have warts – the TRIPS could possibly change – but the organization is not the evil that it is portrayed as being by zealots and environmentalists; it actually is accountable to elected officials and cannot simply impose new rules and regulations on member states. Yes, there is a power imbalance, but developing nations are consulted, can presumably vote as a bloc, and there is an element of reciprocity in the...
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