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IV.D.3 GATT DECISION ON DIFFERENTIAL AND MORE FAVOURABLE TREATMENT, RECIPROCITY, AND FULLER PARTICIPATION OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
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Adopted by the Contracting Parties, 28 November 1979

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Following negotiations within the framework of the Multilateral Trade Negotiations, the CONTRACTING PARTIES decide as follows:

1
Notwithstanding the provisions of Article I of the General Agreement, contracting parties may accord differential and more favourable treatment to developing countries,[2] without according such treatment to other contracting parties.
2
The provisions of paragraph 1 apply to the following:[3]

(a) Preferen…

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“IV.D.3 GATT DECISION ON DIFFERENTIAL AND MORE FAVOURABLE TREATMENT, RECIPROCITY, AND FULLER PARTICIPATION OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES”, in: International Law & World Order: Weston's & Carlson's Basic Documents, Weston & Carlson. Consulted online on 19 October 2021 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2211-4394_rwilwo_SIM_032466>
First published online: 2015
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