|Poor countries have already given enough in Doha Round|
|Written by Ravi Kanth Deverakonda|
|Thursday, 21 April 2011 12:25|
Continuous efforts by developed countries to make developing countries commit more to the Doha Round is becoming too worrisome to the countries, writes *Ravi Kanth Deverakonda
SOUTH Africa has expressed sharp concern over concerted attempts by leading industrialised countries, particularly the US and the European Union (EU), to extract onerous commitments from developing countries as a condition to concluding the stalled Doha Round trade negotiations.
"We are deeply concerned over attempts to raise the level of ambition by leading industrialised countries in industrial goods and services that would call for a substantial payment from developing countries," South Africa's trade and industry minister Dr Rob Davies told IPS.
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