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Doha: What the South Was Asking For

Documents of G20, G33 and NAMA-11

The suspension of the Doha negotiations on 24 July 2006 is an opportunity to set a new course. It is a chance for the industrial countries to rebuild trust with the developing world and for the World Trade Organization to rethink its role in the multilateral trading system. A prerequisite for further talks would be to take serious the positions of the South. World Economy & Development In Brief documents the statements of the important groupings of the South before Doha collapsed.



Kamal Nath: No Compromise on Farmers and Infant Industries (24 July 2006)
G20 Press Statement on Doha Negotiations (29 June 2006)
G33 Press Statement on Doha Round (30 June 2006)
NAMA-11 Ministerial Communiqué (30 June 2006)

Posted: 1 August 2006

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