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Global Movement to Turn Around the WTO

By imposing a strongly enforced regime of new corporate rights and limits on government regulation, the World Trade Organization (WTO) threatens sovereignty, democracy, worker's rights and environmental protections. A worldwide network of organizations, activists and social movements are committed to challenging trade and investment agreements that advance the interest of the world's most powerful corporations at the expense of the people and the environment. Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch is a founding member of the global coalition Our World Is Not for Sale (OWINFS).

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