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Original Publication Date: 
14 December, 2015
Global Civil Society letter on the Nairobi Ministerial of the WTO 196.65 KB

Dear Members of the WTO,

As members of 460 civil society organizations including trade unions, environmentalists, farmers, development advocates, and public interest groups from over 150 countries, we are writing today to express extreme alarm about the current situation of the negotiations in the WTO. We urge you to take seriously the need for the upcoming Nairobi Ministerial to change existing WTO rules to make the global trading system more compatible with people-centered development, and to forestall efforts by some developed countries to abandon the development agenda and replace it with a set of so-called a??new issuesa?? that actually are non-trade issues that would impact deeply on domestic economies and constrain national policy space required for development and public interest. ....for full letter see attached document.

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