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Whether the G20 can achieve its objectives of reforming the global trade order in favour of a development agenda will, Taylor argues, depend, on the one hand, on how successfully it can foster a coherent developing world position in the DDA, and, on the other hand, how it might limit US and EU splintering strategies. Wyn Grant’s chapter takes a broader approach in our examination of the principal players. Through a detailed analysis of the agricultural talks, Grant identifies a key shift in the negotiating process in the DDA.
22 Rorden Wilkinson and Donna Lee Although this stop–start pattern is not unique to the DDA, Winham argues that there are particular features that make him more pessimistic that this Round will not be concluded: an overly ambitious agenda (including the promise of a new set of development trade rules); an inconsistent set of objectives; a focus on tariffs; and the emergence of cohesive and active developing country coalitions enjoying far more power and influence in the Doha Round than in previous Rounds.
See also the submission by Indonesia. 12 See Chinese and African Group positions on NAMA submitted to the ministerial conference. 13 For a more extensive discussion of the development agenda in the WIPO see May (2006). 14 Usually taken to be competition policy, investment, government procurement, and trade facilitation but which also include environmental protection and core labour standards. 15 The G6 comprises Australia, Brazil, the EU, India, Japan, and the US. References Bergsten, C. Fred (2005), ‘Rescuing the Doha Round’, Foreign Affairs, 84: 7 (December).