Negotiating at the World Trade Organization

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This resource book highlights strategies for community management and financing. It is written in a style which is easy to follow, and it contains many examples and illustrations. As well as commenting on successful practices, it discusses problems to be avoided.



Agricultural Commodity Issues

The mandate for the Doha Round did not include specifically the problems encountered by developing countries that are heavily dependent on three or four primary commodities for their export earnings, as a result of the persistent decline in prices and their volatility. How could these problems be addressed in the negotiations? This question was the subject of frank and open discussions in two high-level special meetings in Geneva in the first half of 2002. The meetings were organised by the delegations of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda with Ambassador Amina Mohamed of Kenya in the role of co-ordinator.


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