Research Paper 30, May 2010
Analysis of the Doha Negotiations and the Functioning Of the World Trade Organization.
This paper discusses the principles and scope of activities of the world trade organization, addresses the imbalances in the existing rules and the problems faced by developing countries. Then it elaborated on various specific issues such as, the “Singapore issues”, labour and environmental standards, the “development issues”, market access negotiations and, at last, its functioning in decision-making system.
This article was tagged: Agriculture, Doha Development Round, GATS, GATT, Ministerial Conference, Non-Agricultural Market Access (NAMA), Services, Singapore Issues, Special and Differential Treatment, Tariffs, TRIPS, World Trade Organization (WTO)