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The current negotiations in the WTO

options, opportunities, and risks for developing countries

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        StatementZed Books
        PublishersZed Books
        LC Classifications2005
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 52 p. :
        Number of Pages83
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        ISBN 101842777122

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Doha Development Round

The first, now resolved, pertained to compulsory licensing of medicines and patent protection. After intense negotiations in late July 2004, WTO The current negotiations in the WTO reached what has become known as the sometimes called the July Packagewhich provides broad guidelines for completing the Doha round negotiations.

Among the current negotiations at the WTO, the fisheries subsidies negotiations command the highest attention. Tussle between developed and developing countries• This meeting was intended to create a framework for further negotiations.

News item at WTO official site, 2 May 2012• With this in mind, we need to consider how best to use the short time ahead. I had promised last week that you would see me again soon, and now that you have finished your cluster of meetings, I thought it would be a good idea to join you today and share some further reflections on how I see this process unfolding over the next months.

I remain committed to reaching a meaningful outcome soon and I am sure that if we all put in the hard work needed, we will get there in July. I say all of this to remind us, as we engage over these next few months, of why we are here, doing this particular work.

In doing so, views were exchanged on the list of subsidies that would be presumptively prohibited under this pillar. The agreement contains a 4-page declaration, with four annexes A—D covering agriculture, non-agricultural market access, services, and trade facilitation, respectively. Hong Kong, 2005 [ ] Main article: The took place in Hong Kong, 13 to 18 December 2005.

For example, we saw growing traction for our call to reform.

WTO Fisheries Subsidies Negotiations — a push to complete negotiations by July

These are as follows: 1. Vincent and the Grenadines, who spoke on behalf of the OECS. Low key talks continued since the ministerial meeting in Doha but progress was almost non-existent.

For now, I would like to emphasize three key points.