Archive - mars 2005

mars 21st

Santos Thumbs Down Bilateral FTA With US

Original Publication Date: 
20 March, 2005
Santos said the Philippines' reliance on trade with the US has gone down because of growing trade with Japan, Greater China and Asean.

WTO Agriculture Talks Encounter Obstacles But Continue

Original Publication Date: 
20 March, 2005
The World Trade Organization suspended a formal meeting on agriculture negotiations here late last week after countries failed to agree on a system of calculations for comparison of tariffs.

G20 Ministerial meeting ends with Declaration

Original Publication Date: 
20 March, 2005
The Ministerial meeting of the Group of 20 concluded with the adoption of a Declaration and a press briefing in which Ministers from participating countries took part.

Latest News From The Carribean Regional Negotiating Machinery.

Original Publication Date: 
20 March, 2005
Latest news from the Carribean Regional Negotiating Machinery.

G-20 Meet Creates Grand Alliance Of tThe Third World Countries

Original Publication Date: 
20 March, 2005
Wisdom prevailed to accommodate the interests of various diverse group in preparation for the battle. The G-20 responded well to the sensitivities of the LDCs and other groups.

mars 20th

G-20 calls for elimination of export subsidies

Original Publication Date: 
19 March, 2005
The G-20 has advocated a tariff reduction formula containing progressivity, proportionality and flexibility.

G-20 Calls for Elimination of Export Subsidies

Original Publication Date: 
19 March, 2005
The G-20 has advocated a tariff reduction formula containing progressivity, proportionality and flexibility.

G-20 Calls For Elimination Of Export Subsidies

Original Publication Date: 
19 March, 2005
Brazilian foreign minister and G-20 coordinator Celso Amorim stated that the G-20 has not only to meet more frequently but also has to engage with others to move its agenda ahead.

G-20 Calls For Elimination Of Export Subsidies

Original Publication Date: 
19 March, 2005
NEW DELHI, MARCH 19: The G-20 has advocated a tariff reduction formula containing progressivity, proportionality and flexibility.

mars 18th

Developing countries propose that TRIPS should require patent applications on genetic resources/traditional knowledge should prove benefit sharing

Original Publication Date: 
17 March, 2005
A proposal that applications for patents relating to genetic resources and traditional knowledge should be accompanied by evidence of benefit sharing with the countries of origin.