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WTO/GATT Differentiation and More Favourable Treatment Reciprocity and Fuller Participation of Developing Countries (Decision of 28 November 1979) (so-called "Enabled Clause")

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WTO/GATT Differentiation and More Favourable Treatment Reciprocity and Fuller Participation of Developing Countries (Decision of 28 November 1979) (so-called "Enabled Clause")

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 1. The words "developing countries" as used in this text are to be understood to refer also to developing territories.

 2. It would remain open for the CONTRACTING PARTIES to consider on an ad hoc basis under the GATT provisions for joint action any proposals for differential and more favourable treatment not falling within the scope of this paragraph.

 3. As described in the Decision of the CONTRACTING PARTIES of 25 June 1971, relating to the establishment of "generalized, non-reciprocal and non-discriminatory preferences beneficial to the developing countries".

 4. Nothing in these provisions shall affect the rights of contracting parties under the General Agreement.


 1. The words "developing countries" as used in this text are to be understood to refer also to developing territories.

 2. It would remain open for the CONTRACTING PARTIES to consider on an ad hoc basis under the GATT provisions for joint action any proposals for differential and more favourable treatment not falling within the scope of this paragraph.

 3. As described in the Decision of the CONTRACTING PARTIES of 25 June 1971, relating to the establishment of "generalized, non-reciprocal and non-discriminatory preferences beneficial to the developing countries".

 4. Nothing in these provisions shall affect the rights of contracting parties under the General Agreement.


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