Reached at a Ministerial meeting in Bali, Indonesia last December, the TFA would have reduced trade barriers and eliminated border transaction costs that hinder many routine international trade flows. A recent study by the World Economic Forum estimated that, when fully implemented, the TFA would stimulate the world economy by one trillion dollars.
"Not only does failure in Geneva dramatically damage the WTO," noted Duggan, "but it also removes one trillion dollars from the world economy, including the same countries that blocked the landmark deal. Trade ministers from around the world should save the TFA talks immediately."
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