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3. TWN Positions

No legitimacy or credibility in Seattle process and results - Third World Groups Denounce Undemocratic and Bullying Tactics at Seattle (TWN statement)
The Third World Network issued a statement and held a press conference in the Media Room at about 5 pm on 3 December 1999. The statement expressed outrage at the way developing countries were being treated, and called for the Seattle talks to be adjourned and that the General Council in Geneva be authorised to do follow up work instead.  The statement is reproduced above.(3 Dec 99)

Statement of Chakravarthi Raghavan, on behalf of TWN, on 25 October at the Committee of the Whole (of UNCTAD's Trade and Development Board) preparing for UNCTAD X (25 Oct 99)
The above is the statement of Mr. Chakravarthi Raghavan, on behalf of Third World Network, on 25 October at the Committee of the Whole (of the UNCTAD Trade and Development Board) preparing for UNCTAD-X.

A Checklist of Issues and Positions for the WTO Ministerial Process 1999 (Martin Khor/TWN)(April 99)

 


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