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Managing Multilateral Trade Negotiations: The Role of the WTO Chairman Hardcover – February 15, 2011

ISBN-13: 978-1907174056 ISBN-10: 1907174052

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Mr. Kanitz studied for years the theories of mediation and negotiation, by merging the sciences of law and psychology, advising clients on how to structure their operations while minimising the risk of conflicts through alternative dispute resolution measures. He has been focused on learning about the role of the Chairman since 2005 when studying in the Georgetown University Law Centre and deepened his knowledge about the matter while participating, in 2007, as a Legal Adviser for the Brazilian Mission at the UN and WTO, in Geneva. Currently, Mr. Kanitz is the founding and managing partner of Uno Trade Strategy Advisors, a network of multidisciplinary consultants that specialise in international trade matters. Together with Unos advisors, Mr. Kanitz has extensive experience representing business entities and sectors in trade negotiations, and is committed on developing negotiating processes and strategies, prioritising amicable mechanisms to clients and governments.

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