Doha: What the South was asking for

The Doha Development Agenda negotiations are to be suspended because gaps between key players remain too wide. Heads of delegations, speaking in aninformal meeting of the Trade Negotiations Committee on 24 July 2006, agreed with WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy that this will be a setback for all members. However, 2006 is a chance for the industrial countries to rebuild trust with the developing world. A prerequisite for further talks would be to take serious the positions of the South. A documentation of these positions with Documents of G20, G33 and NAMA-11:http://www.weltwirtschaft-und-entwicklung.org/cms_en/assets/s2dmain.html?http://www.weltwirtschaft-und-entwicklung.org/cms_en/wearchiv/531686981c09aa801.html

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