Lamy


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La·my

(lah-mē),
Maurice, French physician, 1895-1975. See: Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome.
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Putting the circular economy into practice would be a key element in fostering global economic growth for the future, Lamy told the meeting.
Former WTO director general Pacal Lamy, who is France's delegate for the 2025 Expo bid, met with several Qatari officials, particularly in the foreign affairs, economy and tourism sectors.
He also sought cooperation of Pascal Lamy in the process.
Lamy was in Australia as part of a two-nation visit, having visited New Zealand last week, to discuss his belief that the European Union should more actively engage with the nations in the Pacific Ocean region.
"The Pacific Islands are such a niche market," Lamy says.
"The real question at the end of the day is whether this will lead to multilateral convergence or not," Lamy said about the current US and EU efforts.
Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, issued a report calling for the urgent reform of the WTO, a copy of which was given to WTO Director General (DG) Pascal Lamy, during a meeting earlier today in Geneva.
New Delhi, Jan 30 ( ANI ): Director General of World Trade Organisation (WTO) Pascal Lamy has said it is important to further understand the global trade and recognise changing global trade polices and patterns in wake of talks to lower international trade barriers amid growing challenges.
"It depends on what would be in there," WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy told Europolitics during a discussion on the future of trade at the Brookings think tank in Washington DC, on 1 October.
Summary: SINGAPORE -- The World Trade Organisation cut its forecast for commerce growth this year to 2.5 per cent as the euro-region debt crisis drags down the global economy and the US slows, WTO director-general Pascal Lamy said.