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WTO ministerial conferences : key outcomes / Anthony Martin.

By: Martin, AnthonyMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2019Description: ix, 286 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cmISBN: 9781108482158; 978110874215Subject(s): Foreign trade regulation -- HistoryDDC classification: 382.92
Contents:
Preface Sessions of the WTO ministerial conference First ministerial conference (MCI): Singapore Second ministerial conference (MI2): Geneva Third ministerial conference (MC3): Seattle Fourth ministerial conference (MC4): Doha FIfth ministerial conference (MC5): Cancun Sixth ministerial conference (MC6): Hong Kong Seventh ministerial conference (MC7): Geneva Eighth ministerial conference (MC8): Geneva Ninth ministerial conference (MC9): Bali Tenth ministerial conference (MC10): Nairobi Eleventh ministerial conference (MC11): Buenos Aires Uruguay round of multilateral trade negotiations / Marrakesh declaration of 15 April 1994 / Final act embodying the results of the Uruguay round of multilateral trade negotiation / Ministerial decisions and declarations adopted by the trade negotiations committee on 15 December 1993 Ministerial decisions adopted by ministers at the meeting of trade negotiations committee in Marrakesh on 14 April 1994 Understanding on commitments in financial services
Summary: WTO Ministerial Conferences: Key Outcomes contains all the key outcomes from WTO Ministerial Conferences since the organization was established in 1995. Covering eleven Ministerial Conferences held between 1996 and 2017, the key outcomes include Ministerial Decisions and Declarations as well as Chairpersons' statements. This publication also reproduces relevant ministerial outcomes of the Uruguay Round adopted in connection with the establishment of the WTO. This publication complements The WTO Agreements, recently published by Cambridge University Press and the WTO, which contains the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the WTO and its Annexes
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface
Sessions of the WTO ministerial conference
First ministerial conference (MCI): Singapore
Second ministerial conference (MI2): Geneva
Third ministerial conference (MC3): Seattle
Fourth ministerial conference (MC4): Doha
FIfth ministerial conference (MC5): Cancun
Sixth ministerial conference (MC6): Hong Kong
Seventh ministerial conference (MC7): Geneva
Eighth ministerial conference (MC8): Geneva
Ninth ministerial conference (MC9): Bali
Tenth ministerial conference (MC10): Nairobi
Eleventh ministerial conference (MC11): Buenos Aires
Uruguay round of multilateral trade negotiations / Marrakesh declaration of 15 April 1994 / Final act embodying the results of the Uruguay round of multilateral trade negotiation / Ministerial decisions and declarations adopted by the trade negotiations committee on 15 December 1993
Ministerial decisions adopted by ministers at the meeting of trade negotiations committee in Marrakesh on 14 April 1994
Understanding on commitments in financial services

WTO Ministerial Conferences: Key Outcomes contains all the key outcomes from WTO Ministerial Conferences since the organization was established in 1995. Covering eleven Ministerial Conferences held between 1996 and 2017, the key outcomes include Ministerial Decisions and Declarations as well as Chairpersons' statements. This publication also reproduces relevant ministerial outcomes of the Uruguay Round adopted in connection with the establishment of the WTO. This publication complements The WTO Agreements, recently published by Cambridge University Press and the WTO, which contains the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the WTO and its Annexes

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