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WTO Ministerial meet calls for disciplines on fisheries subsidies May 15,2019   |  Source: GoI

The World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial meeting held in New Delhi, on 13 and 14 May 2019, to discuss recent developments at the WTO and explore ways for working with all Members to strengthen the multilateral trading system has agreed to consult on various issues of common interest to developing Members, including  comprehensive and effective disciplines on fisheries subsidies with appropriate and effective Special & Differential Treatment provisions for developing Members. 

The meeting, attended by Ministers and high-level officials from Arab Republic of Egypt, Barbados, Central African Republic, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Jamaica, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, People's Republic of Bangladesh, People's Republic of China, Republic of Benin, Republic of Chad, Republic of India, Republic of Indonesia, Republic of Malawi, Republic of South Africa, Republic of Uganda and Sultanate of Oman, discussed recent developments at the WTO and explored ways for working with all Members to strengthen the multilateral trading system.

The following is the full text of the outcome of the meeeting:


OUTCOME OF THE WTO MINISTERIAL MEETING OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES WORKING COLLECTIVELY TO STRENGTHENING THE WTO TO PROMOTE DEVELOPMENT AND INCLUSIVITY

New Delhi, May 14,

Theme(s): Post Harvest Technology and Trade.

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