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DOHA DEVELOPMENT AGENDA: NEGOTIATIONS

Documents from the negotiating chairs, 21 April 2011

On 21 April 2011 the negotiating chairs circulated documents representing the product of the work in their negotiating groups. An accompanying report was issued by the Chair of the Trade Negotiations Committee, Pascal Lamy.

Director-General Pascal Lamy, in his cover note to the documents, said that for the first time since the Round was launched in 2001 “Members will have the opportunity to consider the entire Doha package”. He says the picture is “impressive” in the significant progress achieved so far, but also “realistic” in what it shows on the remaining divides. He asked Members to think hard about “the consequences of throwing away ten years of solid multilateral work” and called on members to “use the upcoming weeks to talk to each other and build bridges”.  

> Zip file of all documents



> Cover note by TNC Chair, Pascal lamy
  

Agriculture > More on agriculture negotiations
Non-Agricultural Market Access > More on NAMA negotiations

          

Report by the Director-General on his consultations on
NAMA sectoral negotiations
 
Services > More on services negotiations
Rules > More on rules negotiations
          Anti-Dumping, Subsidies, Fisheries Subsidies  
          Regional Trade Agreements — Transparency  

          Regional Trade Agreements — Systemic issues

 
Intellectual Property (Register for geographical indications) > More on TRIPS negotiations, and explanation
Environment > More on environment negotiations
Development > More on development negotiations
Trade facilitation > More on trade facilitation negotiations
Dispute settlement > More on dispute settlement negotiations
   

> Report on TRIPS implementation issues of biodiversity and Geographical Indications extension, issued by Pascal Lamy in his capacity as Director-General, not as TNC Chair

> More on geographical indications, and explanation
> More on intellectual property and biodiversity, and explanation