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13.12.2005 The Hong Kong Ministerial Conference, 13–18 December 2005
The Ministerial Declaration and earlier drafts
06.12.2005 Members OK amendment to make health flexibility permanent
02.12.2005 Lamy says improved draft text will help ministers in Hong Kong
30.11.2005 Lamy urges Geneva negotiators to “redouble” efforts as Hong Kong looms
28.11.2005 Lamy says the Round’s development potential must be preserved (bilingual statement)
26.11.2005 Lamy submits draft ministerial text for Hong Kong
18.11.2005 Two cotton proposals for Hong Kong conference discussed
18.11.2005 Lamy to NGOs: your criticism is based on a misunderstanding of services talks
10.11.2005 Lamy says differences require “recalibration” of Hong Kong expectations, calls for “negotiating spirit” to advance trade talks
28.10.2005 African cotton proponents hail ‘landmark’ progress on development
19.10.2005 Lamy: “We need to act now”
13.10.2005 Lamy says the engines of negotiations are “buzzing” again
28.09.2005 Chair calls for cotton consultations as Hong Kong meeting looms
14.09.2005 Lamy opens “new phase” in trade talks
28.07.2005 TNC chairperson Supachai reports to General Council
16.07.2004 The post-Cancún July 2004 package.
The decision, and the 16 July first draft.
14.09.2003 Stock-taking: Cancún Ministerial Conference, September 2003
Draft from Geneva and revised draft presented by Chairperson Derbez.

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