TREATMENT OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES  DIFFERENTIAL AND MORE FAVOURABLE TREATMENT RECIPROCITY AND FULLER PARTICIPATION OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Decision of  November  L Following negotiations within the f

TREATMENT OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DIFFERENTIAL AND MORE FAVOURABLE TREATMENT RECIPROCITY AND FULLER PARTICIPATION OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Decision of November L Following negotiations within the f - Description

Notwithstanding the provisions of Article I of the General Agreement contracting parties may accord differential and more favourable treatment to developing countries without according such treatment to other contracting parties 2 The provisions of ID: 18795 Download Pdf

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TREATMENT OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DIFFERENTIAL AND MORE FAVOURABLE TREATMENT RECIPROCITY AND FULLER PARTICIPATION OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Decision of November L Following negotiations within the f

Notwithstanding the provisions of Article I of the General Agreement contracting parties may accord differential and more favourable treatment to developing countries without according such treatment to other contracting parties 2 The provisions of

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