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CARICOM - Supporting the Pursuit of CARICOM Interests in DDA Negotiations

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Project ID: 
034-11
Area: 
CARICOM

There are three requested areas of interventions, which underscore most of the priority areas remaining in DDA negotiations that are of importance to the Caribbean

1. To prepare WTO-related technical papers on Dispute Settlement Reform (DSU), for discussion with Member States at the official level with a view to preparing proposals and recommendations for the Council on Trade and Economic Development (COTED).

2. To prepare WTO-related technical papers on Climate Change (Trade and Environment) for discussion with Member States at the official level with a view to preparing proposals and recommendations for COTED. The convening of CARICOM Senior Trade Officials for a Regional Workshop to present the documents produced will facilitate discussions and potentially the endorsement of negotiating strategies among all relevant officials.

3. To review of the state of play in the DDA negotiations from a CARICOMperspective: preparation of negotiation position and strategies in all relevant WTO bodies. The convening of CARICOM Senior Trade Officials for a Regional Workshop to present the documents produced will facilitate discussions and potentially the endorsement of negotiating strategies among all relevant officials.

Implementing Company: PBLH International Consulting SPRL


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