Sure, let's open up markets and, by so doing, give indigenous peoples a conduit to the global forum. But where do worker's rights, obligations to child health and education, diligent use of fertilisers and pesticides and other broadly-supported UN initiatives fit in here? Silence.
The refusal of the WTO to countenance linking into the UN system and the determination of the OECD to implement its programmes despite the complaints of non-members makes the article partial, to say the least.
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