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Civil society to monitor govt officials' role at WTO meet
12/10/2005
 

          A platform of the civil society organisations in Bangladesh will watch the role of the government representatives at the WTO sixth ministerial conference in Hong Kong slated for December 13-18 so that they act and negotiate well to ensure righteous demands of LDCs, reports BDNEWS.
Over one hundred social activists along with the representatives of 11 civil society organisations will attend the Sixth WTO Hong Kong ministerial conference.

 

 
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