Agricultural Development and World Trade Organisation
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Book ID : 28963
ISBN-10 : 81-7141-958-5 / 8171419585
ISBN-13 : 978-81-7141-958-6 / 9788171419586
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Edition : (Reprint)
Language : English
CONTENTS:- 1. The Uruguay round agreement on agriculture; 2. The Uruguay round and agriculture reform; 3. Opening markets for agriculture; 4. The future of agricultural trade; 5. WTO agricultural negotiations: Completing the task; 6. Developing countries and the WTO agricultural negotiations; 7. Export subsides: A distortion to free trade in agriculture; 8. Market Access: Eliminating barriers that impede trade; 9. The WTO is born; 10. The Marrakesh declaration; 11. What is the WTO?; 12. Overview of WTO's first year; 13. Overview of WTO's first two years; 14. The WTO dispute settlement mechanism; 15. WTO Negotiations on basic telecommunications; 16. New agenda of the WTO; 17. Beyond the Uruguay round: Opportunities and challengers; 18. The Uruguay round: unraveling the implications for Low-Income and least-developed countries; 19. Developing countries and the Uruguay round: An evaluation and prospects for the future; 20. The WTO and the development countries; 21. The trade related intellectual property rights (trips) agreement and the developing countries; 22. International trade with the consumer's money; 23. "WTO has delivered"; 24. Developing countries after the Uruguay round; 25. Africa to gain more: Trade and investments from Uruguay round; 26. Defining the Singapore message of WTO; 27. Is copyright on the wrong track?; 28. Give developing countries a more favourable deal: An assessment of the world trade conference in Doha; 29. High world trade Growth Vs. Output: WTO sees link to globalization; 30. Winner and losers: The WTO and the developing countries; 31. Trading towards peace; 32. Trade and labour standards: Using the wrong instruments for the right cause; 33. Free trade as peacemaker: The benefits of an open world trading system; 34. Population growth and cropland; Bibliography; Index.
At the end of the 4th WTO ministerial conference in Doha, Qatar, the representatives of all WTO member states vigorously applauded director-General mike more when he dubbed the adopted work programme for the new round of trade negotiations the "Doha development agenda". The launching a new round of trade negotiations with a broad agenda was the objective persistently pursued by the industrial countries, in particular the European union, the united states, Canada and Japan. This objective has been achieved besides the continuation of the negotiations in the fields of agriculture and services, the ministerial declaration adopted by the conference provides for the opening of negotiations in eleven additional fields. Undoubtedly a success for the industrial countries.