Comprehensive multilateral agreements are not the only way to improve the trading system. There are plenty of measures countries can undertake on their own accord and in pursuit of their own interests to promote further trade, investment, and growth. In "While Doha Sleeps: Securing Economic Growth through Trade Facilitation," Cato scholar Daniel Ikenson explains how improvements in trade facilitation procedures can help reduce the cost of trade and increase its flow.
- "While Doha Sleeps: Securing Economic Growth through Trade Facilitation," by Daniel Ikenson
- Troubles With Trade Facilitation, featuring Daniel J. Ikenson, 05/02/2008 (MP3)