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WTO/GATT Ministerial Declaration on the Uruguay Round (Declaration of 20 September 1986)

[Preamble]

PART I NEGOTIATIONS ON TRADE IN GOODS

[Preamble]

A. OBJECTIVES

B. GENERAL PRINCIPLES GOVERNING NEGOTIATIONS

C. STANDSTILL AND ROLLBACK

Standstill
Rollback
Surveillance of standstill and rollback

D. SUBJECTS FOR NEGOTIATION

Tariffs
Non-tariff measures
Tropical products
Natural resource-based products
Textiles and clothing
Agriculture
GATT Articles
Safeguards
MTN Agreements and Arrangements
Subsidies and countervailing measures
Dispute settlement
Trade-related aspects of intellectual property rights, including trade in counterfeit goods
Trade-related investment measures

E. FUNCTIONING OF THE GATT SYSTEM

F. PARTICIPATION

G. ORGANIZATION OF THE NEGOTIATIONS

PART II NEGOTIATIONS ON TRADE IN SERVICES

[Preamble to Part II]

IMPLEMENTATION OF RESULTS UNDER PARTS I AND II

Endnotes

Endnotes

Metadata

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Manifest

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WTO/GATT Ministerial Declaration on the Uruguay Round (Declaration of 20 September 1986)

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WTO/GATT Ministerial Declaration on the Uruguay Round (Declaration of 20 September 1986)

PART I NEGOTIATIONS ON TRADE IN GOODS

F. PARTICIPATION

(a) Negotiations will be open to:

(i) all contracting parties,

(ii) countries having acceded provisionally,

(iii) countries applying the GATT on a de facto basis having announced, not later than 30 April 1987, their intention to accede to the GATT and to participate in the negotiations,

(iv) countries thathave already informed the CONTRACTING PARTIES, at a regular meeting of the Council of Representatives, of their intention to negotiate the terms of their membership as a contracting party, and

(v) developing countries that have, by 30 April 1987, initiated procedures for accession to the GATT, with the intention of negotiating the terms of their accession during the course of the negotiations.

(b) Participation in negotiations relating to the amendment or application of GATT provisions or the negotiation of new provisions will, however, be open only to contracting parties.


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