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Sub-Regional Brainstorming Workshop on the Trade and Environment Issues Contained in Paragraphs 31 and 32 of the WTO Doha Ministerial Declaration: Interim Report. UNCTAD/FIELD Project. 2003

Under the project Building Capacity for Improved Policy Making and Negotiation on     
Key Trade and Environment Issues, UNCTAD, in cooperation with the Foundation for     
International Environmental Law and Development (FIELD), is assisting five Central     
American countries (Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama), Cuba and     
the Dominican Republic in their participation in the WTO negotiations on selected trade and     
environment issues and in strengthening their capacities to address key trade and sustainable     
development linkages.  

These countries have identified trade liberalization and strengthening of domestic     
capacities in environmental goods and services (EGS) as one of two priority issues to be     
addressed under the project.

Link to the paper


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