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Evaluation of the results of the 9th WTO Ministerial from the perspective of ACP Sates

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At the behest of the ACP Secretariat, the PMU commissioned a paper to review the results of MC9 from the ACP perspective. The paper sought answers to a number of questions, such as a determination of the extent to which the MC9 outcomes were balanced the nature of the implementation challenges posed by MC9 agreements; defining ACP interests in the post-Bali DDA Work Programme; the efficacy of applying the Bali approach to the remaining DDA Issues; the value of the ACP stance in Bali; and the extent to which the TF Agreement can be replicated across the span of remaining DDA disciplines.


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