Additional evidence that the poorest DCs would lose from the Doha Round

Original Publication Date: 
13 October, 2006

Here are additional pieces of evidence that the current Doha Round negotiations would be detrimental to DCs, particularly the poorest ones, those in Sub-Saharan Africa. They complement the four references already circulated by War on want for the Westminster Hall Debate on World Trade of 12 October 2006.

I. Agricultural Trade Reform and the Doha Development Agenda (K. Anderson & W. Martin, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 3607, May 2005).

This is the basic WB report that Pascal Lamy praises so much. According to T. Wise and K. P. Gallagher, "In 2003, as trade negotiators approached the Canc