War By Other Means

Ngaire Woods ventures behind the scenes to find out what really happens when countries clash over trade.

She hears stories of backroom deals, arm-twisting and dirty tricks that are a regular feature of international trade negotiations.

She also discovers there are new kids on the block - emerging economies like Brazil and India - who are starting to use the system to their own advantage.

But is anybody listening to the needs of the poorest of the poor?

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20061219

Ngaire Woods ventures behind the scenes to find out what really happens when countries clash over trade.

She hears stories of backroom deals, arm-twisting and dirty tricks that are a regular feature of international trade negotiations.

She also discovers there are new kids on the block - emerging economies like Brazil and India - who are starting to use the system to their own advantage.

But is anybody listening to the needs of the poorest of the poor?

20061219

Ngaire Woods ventures behind the scenes to find out what really happens when countries clash over trade. She hears stories of backroom deals, arm-twisting and dirty tricks that are a regular feature of international trade negotiations.

She also discovers there are new kids on the block - emerging economies like Brazil and India - who are starting to use the system to their own advantage. But is anybody listening to the needs of the poorest of the poor?

Ngaire Woods ventures behind the scenes to find out what really happens when countries clash over trade.

She hears stories of backroom deals, arm-twisting and dirty tricks that are a regular feature of international trade negotiations.

She also discovers there are new kids on the block - emerging economies like Brazil and India - who are starting to use the system to their own advantage.

But is anybody listening to the needs of the poorest of the poor?