The World Trade Organisation, WTO ministerial meeting of developing countries began in New Delhi. The meeting will provide an opportunity for the Ministers to discuss various issues and the way forward.
16 developing countries and 6 Least Developed Countries (LDCs) are participating in the meeting. It includes China, South Africa, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Kazakhstan and Bangladesh. In a two-day meeting following issues are likely to be discussed:
- Finding a solution to the ongoing impasse in the Appellate Body on an urgent basis.
- Issues of importance and priority for developing countries including LDCs in the reform agenda.
- How to reinvigorate negotiating agenda on issues of critical importance for developing countries?
- How to ensure effective S&D for all developing countries including LDCs?
Source- DD News