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Ministerial Conference - Twelfth Session - Geneva, 12 - 15 June 2022 - Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies - Ministerial Decision of 17 June 2022
日期:2022/06/22
作者:Ministerial Conference
文件編號:WT/L/1144, WT/MIN(22)/33
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Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies

Ministerial Decision of 17 June 2022

The Ministerial Conference;

Having regard to paragraph 1 of Article X of the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (the "WTO Agreement");

Recalling the mandate given to Members at the Eleventh WTO Ministerial Conference in 2017 in Buenos Aires that the next Ministerial Conference should adopt an agreement on comprehensive and effective disciplines that prohibits certain forms of fisheries subsidies that contribute to overcapacity and overfishing, and eliminates subsidies that contribute to IUU-fishing recognizing that appropriate and effective special and differential treatment for developing country Members and least developed country Members should be an integral part of these negotiations.

        Decides as follows:

1.     The Protocol amending the WTO Agreement attached to this Decision is hereby adopted and submitted to the Members for acceptance.

2.     The Protocol shall hereby be open for acceptance by Members.

3.     The Protocol shall enter into force in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 3 of Article X of the WTO Agreement.

4.     Notwithstanding Article 9.4 of the Agreement on Fisheries Subsidies, the Negotiating Group on Rules shall continue negotiations based on the outstanding issues in documents WT/MIN(21)/W/5 and WT/MIN(22)/W/20 with a view to making recommendations to the Thirteenth WTO Ministerial Conference for additional provisions that would achieve a comprehensive agreement on fisheries subsidies, including through further disciplines on certain forms of fisheries subsidies that contribute to overcapacity and overfishing, recognizing that appropriate and effective special and differential treatment for developing country Members and least developed country Members should be an integral part of these negotiations.