I discovered that the World Trade Organization provided a set of regulations worked out by the United States, Europe and Japan to their advantage. [Africans] were not party to the making of those regulations. The decision making in the World Trade Organization is by consensus. That means even one state can object, and there is no decision. Yet, [the United States, Europe and Japan] were able to manipulate the entire decision making process, year after year, to bring about decisions that favor the big countries and disadvantage the smaller countries.
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