Analytical Note, July 2004
The UNCTAD XI Sao Paulo Consensus: Defining UNCTAD’s Mandate.
This analytical note has been prepared in order to give a concise overview of the salient points of the Sao Paulo Consensus of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) at its Eleventh Session.
The note seeks to outline the implications of the Sao Paulo Consensus for UNCTAD’s existing mandates and work program, in particular, and on developing countries, in general, insofar as the Sao Paulo mandates may be relevant to developing countries’ issues and interests in the international trade and development policy-making arena.
This article was tagged: Competition Policy, Doha Development Round, Special and Differential Treatment, Trade for Development, Trade Liberalization, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), World Trade Organization (WTO)