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|
The post-Cancún July 2004 package.
The decision, and the 16 July first draft.
Ministerial Conference, September 2003
Draft from Geneva and revised draft presented by Chairperson Derbez.