Special and Differential Treatment in Agricultural Negotiations
AbstractOver the past four decades or so, the issues that have dominated WTO/GATT negotiations have generally fallen in the prototype of either a transatlantic conflict or a North-South divide. The latter has centered on efforts for the incorporation and improvement of provisions on special and differential (S&D) treatment of developing countries in the multilateral rules and for their application. [WTO Research Series No.1]
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WTO; GATT; North-South; developing countries; multilateral;
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