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World Trade Report

The World Trade Report is an annual publication that aims to deepen understanding about trends in trade, trade policy issues and the multilateral trading system.


Annual Report

The Annual Report summarises the WTO's activities over the past year and provides detailed information on the organization's structure, staff and budget.


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The Report looks, in particular, at the part played by technology and trade in the shift of employment from manufacturing to services, in the decreasing proportion of middle-skilled jobs, in the growing value placed on skills within the jobs market and in the increasing participation of women in the workforce.

The Report finds that labour markets have evolved in many different ways across countries, suggesting that country-specific factors play a pivotal role. It also finds that although technological advances and trade have yielded important benefits for economies overall, certain types of workers and/or regions may sometimes be adversely affected. Although interrelated, technology more than trade appears to be responsible for the decreasing share of manufacturing jobs and for the declining number of middle-skill jobs relative to low- and high-skill jobs.

The publication concludes that helping workers adjust to changes in the labour market and ensuring that benefits are spread more widely can increase the positive impact of open trade and technological progress.

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  • Complete report (190 pages; 4 MB)
  • Cover, contents, acknowledgements, disclaimer, DG Foreword and Executive Summary (13 pages; 258 KB)
  • A. Introduction (8 pages; 176 KB)
  • B. Labour market outcomes: trends and analytical framework (54 pages; 1.3 MB)
  • C. Impact of technology on labour market outcomes (30 pages; 698 KB)
  • D. Impact of trade on labour market outcomes (28 pages; 431 KB)
  • E. Policy responses to labour market adjustment and distributional changes (23 pages; 375 KB)
  • F. Conclusions (1 page; 61 KB)
  • Bibliography, Technical notes, Abbreviations and symbols, List of figures, tables and boxes, WTO members, Previous World Trade Reports, back cover (33 pages; 1 MB)

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