The Bali Trade Package: What It Means For Developing Countries In The Light Of The Doha Round And Other Existing Multilateral Frameworks

n December 2013, the World Trade Organization (WTO) unanimously adopted a set of measures known as the Bali Package. The Package has four key features: trade facilitation, food security in developing countries, cotton, and measures for developing countries. Every feature will affect developing countries in some way, however they will not all impact every one of them. One feature, for instance cotton, focuses on a select few countries. Nevertheless the impact of the Bali Package on the economic prosperity of developing countries, especially Least Developed Countries (LDCs) must not be overlooked, in the analysis of the importance of this agreement.?Click here