Organised by the institute of economic policies of the Arab Monetary Fund, the workshop is aimed at acquainting Arab lawmakers with the world trade agreements. The two-day workshop is also organised in conjunction with the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Other objectives of the workshop are to enable Arab lawmakers take a proactive role in the WTO negotiations with their respective countries. Some 21 Arab parliamentarians are participating in the workshop.
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