In article published in this Wednesday in the State of S. Pablo, always excellent Marcos Sawaya Jank gives its vision on the unfoldings of the Doha Round of negotiation of the international trade. The Dr Jank is specialist in the subject, being International president of the Institute of Studies of the Commerce and Negociações (ICONE) and periodically writes a column in the cited periodical, always treating to the subject with much property. In the article in question, intitled Doha - ambition and essence, it present seven points that, in its proper words, could generate an ambitious agreement and prevent certain traps. This after to detect that the crisis that affects the round has its beddings in an incapacity of the negotiators in placing in general above of the pressures of powerful groups but of little representation the interest of the nations, and later, also, to establish four hypotheses for the outcome of the round: failure total, adjournment per 2 or 3 years, a shy agreement or an ample and ambitious agreement. The seven points pointed for it to arrive itself at an agreement of certain ambition and with a positive impact on the flow of international trade can be summarized in a reform more effective in the CAP (common agricultural politics) européia, with more effective access the sensible products; limitation on the part of U.S.A. to the subsidies to agriculture, reducing distortions; a more realistic negotiation on the part of great emergent economies as China, India, Korea, Indonesia and Filipinas, with the recognition from that the main politics that they need do not suffer to restriction some; a bigger effort of countries with Brazil, Argentina and India to guarantee access to its market of industrial goods;an action more effective on the part of the OMC deciding sistêmicos subjects as dumping and you safeguard; refortalecimento on the part of the OMC of the principle of the Most favored nation, that applies the advantages granted to a nation to all the other involved ones in the negotiations, to brake the weakness and gradual complication of international the commercial game; e, finally, it warns that, contrariamente what he teaches the common sense, in this in case that no agreement would be preferable to a bad agreement, in order not to provoke a regression in world-wide the commercial scene.
It is an article of very beneficial reading, as all of its authorship, by the way. To read it in the complete one the address can be had access: www.estado.com.br/editorias/2006/07/19opi-184.108.40.20660719.1.1.xml