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WTO/GATT Thirty-Eighth Session at Ministerial Level Ministerial Declaration (Adopted on 29 November 1982, Geneva)

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6. The CONTRACTING PARTIES have accordingly decided:

SAFEGUARDS

GATT RULES AND ACTIVITIES RELATING TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

DISPUTE SETTLEMENT PROCEDURES

TRADE IN AGRICULTURE

TROPICAL PRODUCTS

QUANTITATIVE RESTRICTIONS AND OTHER NON-TARIFF MEASURES

TARIFFS
MTN AGREEMENTS AND ARRANGEMENTS
STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT AND TRADE POLICY
TRADE IN COUNTERFEIT GOODS
EXPORT OF DOMESTICALLY PROHIBITED GOODS
EXPORT CREDITS FOR CAPITAL GOODS
TEXTILES AND CLOTHING
PROBLEMS OF TRADE IN CERTAIN NATURAL RESOURCE PRODUCTS
EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS AND THEIR EFFECT ON TRADE
DUAL PRINCING AND RULES OF ORIGIN
SERVICES
ANNEX: GATT RULES AND ACTIVITIES RELATING TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

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WTO/GATT Thirty-Eighth Session at Ministerial Level Ministerial Declaration (Adopted on 29 November 1982, Geneva)

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WTO/GATT Thirty-Eighth Session at Ministerial Level Ministerial Declaration (Adopted on 29 November 1982, Geneva)

GATT RULES AND ACTIVITIES RELATING TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

The CONTRACTING PARTIES:

1. Instruct the Committee on Trade and Development bearing in mind particularly the special responsibility of the developed contracting parties in this regard, to consult on a regular basis with contracting parties individually or collectively, as appropriate to examine how individual contracting parties have responded to the requirements of Part IV;

2. Urge contracting parties to implement more effectively Part IV and the Decision of 28 November 1979 regarding "differential and more favourable treatment, reciprocity and fuller participation of developing countries";

3. Urge contracting parties to work towards further improvement of GSP or MFN treatment for products of particular export interest to least-developed countries, and the elimination or reduction of non-tariff measures affecting such products;

4. Agree to strengthen the technical co-operation programme of GATT;

5. Instruct the Committee on Trade and Development to carry out an examination of the prospects for increasing trade between developed and developing countries and the possibilities in GATT for facilitating this objective;

To this effect, the CONTRACTING PARTIES are also taking the decisions annexed and decide to review the action taken in these areas at their 1984 Session.


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