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The Fourth WTO Ministerial Conference

The Fourth WTO Ministerial Conference was held in Doha, Qatar from 9 to 14 November 2001.

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NGO participation

Other WTO Ministerials:
Cancún 10-14 Sep. 2003
> Seattle 30 Nov–3 Dec 1999
> Geneva 18 & 
20 May 1998
> Singapore 9–13 Dec. 1996
 

WTO Ministerial Conferences
Officially, this meeting was the Fourth WTO Ministerial Conference. The Ministerial Conference is the organization’s highest-level decision-making body. It meets “at least once every two years”, as required by the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization — the WTO’s founding charter.

   



Ministerial declarations and decisions back to top

    See also:
Doha Development Agenda
Negotiations, implementation and development
The Trade Negotiations Committee
  
  

Meeting summaries back to top

  

News back to top 

  • News items concerning the 4th Ministerial Conference

   

Background material back to top

  

Statements back to top

  

Inaugural session, Friday 9 November back to top

  

Other official ministerial documents back to top

 

The preparations back to top
Preparations for the Fourth Ministerial Conference.      

   

The mandate back to top

The Ministerial Conference is the topmost body of the WTO under the governance structure set up by the “Agreement establishing the WTO”.

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  DOHA DEVELOPMENT AGENDA 
 
Negotiations, implementation and development

> The Doha Declaration explained

> The Doha implementation decision explained

> How the negotiations are organized

The Trade Negotiations Committee

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