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In a significant move to further the purpose of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), a decision was reached at the Ministerial meeting in Doha, Qatar, to launch a new round of trade negotiations. Coming more than seven years after the Uruguay Round, the new round with a much heavier emphasis on issues of interest to developing nations and will include various modifications to existing WTO agreements in the name of addressing 'implementation' issues. The launch of the new round is heralded by many as significant considering the current state of world affairs and the WTO's need to establish credibility after the Seattle debacle. This volume identifies the major elements of the upcoming negotiations and reviews the major decisions taken in DOHA. Extensive appendices provide primary source documentation of Ministerial Declarations and Implementation Decisions.