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Majalah, Jurnal, Buletin :: Kembali

Judul Asian Journal of WTO and International Health Law and Policy: Re-invigorating a Momentum for WTO Negotiations after Bali Conference
Nomor Panggil 320 AJWH
Subjek
Penerbitan Taiwan: National Taiwan University Press, 2010
Kata Kunci Asian · wto · law · health · diplomacy ·
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Sumber Pengatalogan LibUI eng rda
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Tipe Media unmediated (rdamedia)
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Lembaga Pemilik Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi Perpustakaan UI, lantai 4, R. Koleksi Jurnal
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320 AJWH 320 AJWH 5:1 (2010) TERSEDIA
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The Doha Miinisterial Conference in 2001 launched the Doha Round with an ambitious Doha Development Agenda (hereinafter "DDA") that focusses on the core market access issues of agriculture, non-agricultural market access (hereinafter "NAMA") and services. Today, after more than a decade of negotiations, conclusion of the DDA is nowhere in sight. The negotiations were in fact suspended in 2006, but resumed in 2007. The Bali Ministerial Conference in December 2013 achieved some measure of success under the new Director General Roberto Azevedo. In particular, since the DDA launch, Ministers have now agreed on a final Trade Faciliation.
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