'Business As Usual' At SPS Committee

Volume
7,
Number
37
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5 November 2003
5 November 2003
The WTO Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS) met from 29-30 October to continue its work, with little impact felt from the current impasse of talks at the WTO following the Cancun collapse. Members came close to adopting clarifications on special and differential treatment (S&...
5 November 2003
After five days of talks, trade officials from the US and five Central American countries (Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua) wrapped up their latest meeting on 24 October in Houston, Texas, expressing optimism about reaching an agreement on the Central American Free Trade...
5 November 2003
WWF'S PRELIMINARY RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE EU FOLLOWING THE FAILURE OF THE FIFTH WTO MINISTERIAL. By WWF-CIEL (October 2003). This discussion paper flags impacts of potential WTO GAT's negotiations and subsequent negotiated rules on water resources and the environment, and offers recommendations on...
5 November 2003
EVENTS For a more comprehensive list of events in trade and sustainable development, please refer to ICTSD's web calendar at: http://www.ictsd.org/cal/index.htm . If you would like to submit an event, please email [email protected]
5 November 2003
UNGA CONSIDERS COMMODITIES TRADE A group of economic experts presented a report on commodity trends to the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on 27 October, underlining the importance of giving developing nations equitable access to commodity markets. The report called for equitable, enhanced and...
5 November 2003
For a more comprehensive list of events in trade and sustainable development, please refer to ICTSD's web calendar at: http://www.ictsd.org/cal/index.htm . If you would like to submit an event, please email [email protected] ...
5 November 2003
UNGA CONSIDERS COMMODITIES TRADE A group of economic experts presented a report on commodity trends to the UN General Assembly (UNGA) on 27 October, underlining the importance of giving developing nations equitable access to commodity markets. The report called for equitable, enhanced and...
5 November 2003
WWF'S PRELIMINARY RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE EU FOLLOWING THE FAILURE OF THE FIFTH WTO MINISTERIAL. By WWF-CIEL (October 2003). This discussion paper flags impacts of potential WTO GAT's negotiations and subsequent negotiated rules on water resources and the environment, and offers recommendations on...