SC Workshop on E-Commerce and Domestic Regulation, 25 September 2017

Title:               Workshop on E-Commerce and Domestic Regulation

Date:                Monday, 25 September 2017

Venue:             The South Centre, Geneva

Organizers:    The South Centre and the Centre for WTO Studies




Welcome, Overview and Introductions

Aileen Kwa and Abhijit Das


How is data the oil and raw material for the digital economy?

Burcu Kilic


Catch up through digital industrial policy

Shamel Azmeh


GATS and Technology Neutrality: Implications for discussions on e-commerce

Sanya Smith


What to expect at MCXI: Permanent moratorium on custom duties on electronic transmissions

Rashmi Banga


Linkage to TRIPS non-violation complaints

Nirmalya Syam


E-commerce and interface with telecom infrastructure and spectrum

Richard Hill


How is data the oil and raw material for the digital economy?

Parminder Jeet Singh


Experience of linking to e-retail giants: A case study

Written by Stacy Mitchell


WTO Work Programme on e-commerce: Positive agenda for developing countries

Aileen Kwa 

The WTO’s Discussions on Electronic Commerce

Towards the WTO’s MC11: How to Move Forward on E-Commerce Discussions?

Different Scenarios in MC11 on ECommerce

The MSME Discussion at the WTO

Should there be an MSME Agenda at the WTO

Informal Note on Domestic Regulation              


The Difficult History of Cooperation in Bridging the Digital Divide:

WSIS, Tunis and the ITU

David Kapya and Lameck Jaston

Digital Solidarity Fund

The Status of the Global Digital Fund


WTO negotiation on e-commerce: Some myths

Abhijit Das


Disciplines on Domestic Regulations

Analysis of Proponents’ Consolidated Text

By various developing country negotiators


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