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21 December 2015

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By Rene Vollgraaff and David Malingha Doya

Negotiations at the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) ministerial conference in Nairobi agreed to end direct export subsidies on farm produce even as 14 year-old talks on trade development remain unresolved.

Developed countries will immediately eliminate export- subsidy entitlements while developing nations must end direct support by the end of 2018, according to the ministerial declaration accepted at the weekend in the Kenyan capital.

20 December 2015

Al Jazeera

The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has come under renewed criticism for failing poor and developing countries in their 14-year-long battle to achieve a breakthrough in key agricultural trade talks.  

Several countries, including Kenya, India and Pakistan, have been calling the WTO to force developed countries to phase out subsidies paid to farmers whose overproduction threatens the livelihoods of farmers in the developing world.

Nairobi: a chave para o fim da Rodada Doha?

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Nairobi oferecerá uma excelente oportunidade para avaliarmos até que ponto a atual OMC ainda oferece condições para facilitar a governança comercial.

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