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Reforming World Trade stresses the urgent need for enforceable minimum international standards to protect workers’ basic rights and to promote sustainable development. Recommendations are made for the World Trade Organisation to cooperate more closely with the ILO and with international environment bodies, to develop mechanisms for safeguarding labour and environmental standards, and to adopt more transparent and accountable ways of working.

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978-0-85598-346-8

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