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Masahiro Hayafuji

Counsellor, Trade Policies Review Division

World Trade Organization

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World Trade Organization

1425 K Street NW. Suite 500

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20005

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The WTO is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. At its heart are the WTO agreements, negotiated and signed by the bulk of the world's trading nations and ratified in their parliaments. The goal is to help ...more

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General Project Management | The European Times

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The European Times visited Geneva in order to meet with Mr. Masahiro Hayafuji, Counsellor, Trade Policies Review Division, World Trade Organization - WTO, and Mr. Usman Ali Khilji, WTO Trade Policy Analyst.


Alumni - Grew Bancroft Foundation (USA) is investing in future leaders of Japan

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Masahiro Hayafuji (Brown BA '85, Oxford M. Sc '94)
Ministry of International Trade and Industry, OECD, World Trade Organization


www.european-times.com

The European Times visited Geneva in order to meet with Mr. Masahiro Hayafuji, Counsellor, Trade Policies Review Division, World Trade Organization (WTO), and Mr. Usman Ali Khilji, WTO Trade Policy Analyst.


UNCTAD Virtual Institute (Vi) Study Tour for the University of International Business and Economics, China

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China's Trade Policy Review - Trade Policy Review mechanism and the third TPR of China , presentation by Masahiro Hayafuji, Trade Policies Review Division, WTO


AITIC : Documents: Reports on Meetings

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4. Mr Masahiro Hayafuji, Counsellor of the Asia and Pacific Section of the WTO Trade Policies Review Division, presented a synopsis of the economic situation of Mongolia, a landlocked country with economy in transition that acceded to the WTO in 1997.Since its accession, the Mongolian economy has been on a recovery path.Reforms, such as the establishment of an open trade regime and a floating exchange rate, have contributed to a slight increase in the gross domestic product (GDP) per capita from US$430 in 1997 to US$450 in 2002.The speaker also highlighted that upon accession Mongolia has accepted all multilateral agreements, bound its tariffs under GATT 1994 and has committed to eliminate an export duty on the export of raw cashmere.Mr Hayafuji explained that the services sector of Mongolia accounts for about half of its employment and continues to grow: in 2003 it achieved 61 per cent of GDP.Additionally, he pointed out that challenges Mongolia is facing in the trade negotiations relate to its limited human and technical capacities as well as insufficient financial resources. III. Current Issues of Special Interest for RAMs5. HE Mr Gordan Marcotic, Ambassador of Croatia, recollected that the voice of RAMs was heard at Doha for the first time when the groundwork for the future treatment of these countries was laid in the Doha Declaration.Ambassador Marcotic and Mr Hayafuji also noted that no studies have been carried out on the impact of the Croatia's and Mongolia's accession to the WTO but they informed participants that Croatia's customs revenues have reduced by 29 % during its first year of membership to the WTO and Mongolia's value of trade has increased by 30 % during the four years after its accession.


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