Archive - set 2003

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setembro 30th

Food Sovereignty: Global Rallying Cry Of Farmer Movements

Original Publication Date: 
29 September, 2003
Via Campesina, the largest international farmer's organization, and other organizations that adhere to the food sovereignty principle, call for excluding food and agriculture from trade agreements like the WTO, NAFTA and the FTAA.

setembro 17th

Canc?n: El Segundo Seattle De La OMC

Original Publication Date: 
16 September, 2003
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Tequila Sunset In Canc?n

Original Publication Date: 
16 September, 2003
Failure at Canc

setembro 16th

After Cancun, Rich Man's 'Debacle' Is the Poor Man's 'Moral Victory'

Original Publication Date: 
15 September, 2003
In the United States, the failure of the World Trade Organization meeting in Cancun, Mexico, to reach a new agreement was seen as a 'debacle' that cast a shadow on the future of free trade.

herunder The Position Of CPE After The Failure Of WTO Negotiations In Cancun

Original Publication Date: 
15 September, 2003
Failure of WTO negociations in Cancun

setembro 14th

The New 'Deal' On TRIPS And Drugs: What Does It Mean For Access To Medicies?

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2003
The TRIPS Agreement allows the grant of compulsory licences (CL) to override patents, so that generic manufacturers may produce their cheaper versions of patented drugs.

Comments On The Draft Cancun Ministerial Text

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2003
Many governments as well as NGOs had called for the following principles to be adhered to with respect to the Draft Text: Different and divergent views of Members must be fully reflected in the Text that will form the basis for negotiations.

Some Key Issues In Cancun

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2003
The WTO's 5th Ministerial Conference in Cancun faces many key issues and problems. The outcome will be crucial for people and communities around the world.

WTO Derailed At 'Second Seattle' In Cancun

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2003
'The sacrifice of Compa

WTO 'Singapore Issues': What's At Stake And Why It Matters

Original Publication Date: 
13 September, 2003
Cancun's most important decision will be whether or not to launch negotiations on the 'new issues' or 'Singapore issues': investment, competition, transparency in government procurement, trade facilitation.