G20 Trade Ministers for the first time reached consensus on WTO reform


The head of Argentina's diplomatic mission in China, Diego Ramiro Guelar, speaking at the international forum on cooperation on industrial potential, said that at the last meeting of the Ministers of Trade and Investment of all G20 countries in Argentina, for the first time, a consensus was reached on reforming the World Trade Organization. The consent to reform the current model of the WTO was also given by the ministers of China and the United States. The ministerial meeting was held on the eve of the G20 leaders' summit, which will be held in November 2018. The ambassador said that the full consensus on the issue of reforming the WTO among all ministers of the G20 countries is “the main achievement”.

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