Step-by-step: the WTO agriculture negotiations
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CTA. 2002. Step-by-step: the WTO agriculture negotiations. Spore 101. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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February 2000: draw up proposals for negotiations.March 2001: more technical discussions start on specific topics.November 2001: in Doha, Qatar, the Third Ministerial Conference, drawing on the work of the Agriculture Committee, determines the goals...
February 2000: draw up proposals for negotiations. March 2001: more technical discussions start on specific topics. November 2001: in Doha, Qatar, the Third Ministerial Conference, drawing on the work of the Agriculture Committee, determines the goals of the agreement and the schedule. March 2002: the working programme is drawn up. March 2003: working methods will be established to help countries formulate their commitments. Meetings will be held in three blocks: 17 19 June for export subsidies, competition and restrictions; 2 3 September for access to markets; and 23 25 September for internal support. End 2003: Mexico, Fifth Ministerial Conference: countries provisional commitments. 1 January 2005: Sixth Ministerial Conference: end of all negotiations in all areas; final commitments made on agriculture.
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