On 1 June, I participated in a meeting organized by the Dhakar Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Third Ministerial Meeting of Trade Ministers of Least-Developed countries. I was invited to talk about the Doha round negotiations on agricultural trade, with a particular emphasis on the interests of developing and least-developed countries. The presentation is available “here (Agriculture presentation in PDF format)”:www.inquit.com/assets/AgricultureLiberalization.pdf as a PDF file (280kb) It contains, among other things, an analysis of the ‘Harbinson’ compromise proposals as a response to the requests and proposals of the African group in the WTO (as a proxy for the objectives of least-developed countries).
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