Document symbol: A/RES/59/221
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International trade and development : resolution / adopted by the General Assembly
Reaffirms the value of multilateralism to the global trading system, and that all countries have a shared interest in the success of the Doha work programme; looks forward to the early development of the frameworks outlined in the decision of 1 Aug. 2004 of the General Council of the World Trade Organization; reaffirms the importance of market access, and the full implementation of the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing of the World Trade Organization; expresses its concern about the adoption of a number of unilateral actions that are not consistent with the rules of the World Trade Organization, harm the exports of all countries; reiterates the importance of supporting the programmes and technical cooperation and capacity-building activities of the UN Conference on Trade and Development; requests the Secretary-General, in collaboration with the secretariat of the UN Conference on Trade and Development, to report to the General Assembly at its 60th session on the implementation of the present resolution.Adopted 166-2-6.
WIPO - UNCTAD - UNCTAD (11th sess. : 2004 : São Paulo, Brazil) - World Trade Organization. Ministerial Conference (4th : 2001 : Doha) - World Trade Organization - World Trade Organization - Members - INTERNATIONAL TRADE - DEVELOPMENT - MULTILATERAL TRADE NEGOTIATIONS - TRADE AGREEMENTS - TRADE LIBERALIZATION - DEVELOPING COUNTRIES - TRADE RESTRICTIONS - DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES - DEVELOPMENT POLICY - ECONOMIC POLICY - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY - ECONOMIC COOPERATION AMONG DEVELOPING COUNTRIES - HUMAN DEVELOPMENT - LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES - PROTECTIONISM - MARKET ACCESS - TRADE PREFERENCES - TRADE IN SERVICES - COMMODITY TRADE - AGRICULTURAL TRADE - TRADE FACILITATION - TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER - CAPACITY BUILDING - LANDLOCKED DEVELOPING COUNTRIES - COORDINATION WITHIN UN SYSTEM - REPORT PREPARATION
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