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China’s WTO deputy chief says African nations ‘risk’ missing chance to reshape trade rules

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]More African nations should consider joining the World Trade Organization (WTO) or risk missing the opportunity to influence global trade rules, said China’s Zhang Xiangchen, a deputy director general at the organisation.Zhang, who was appointed as a deputy to WTO director general Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala in May, said the share of African countries in global trade has declined over the years.“It’s risky for developing countries to stay outside the stiff competition in reshaping international trade…

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More African nations should consider joining the World Trade Organization (WTO) or risk missing the opportunity to influence global trade rules, said China’s Zhang Xiangchen, a deputy director general at the organisation.Zhang, who was appointed as a deputy to WTO director general Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala in May, said the share of African countries in global trade has declined over the years.“It’s risky for developing countries to stay outside the stiff competition in reshaping international trade…

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