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SUNS # 9460 Tuesday 16 November 2021
 
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Trade : EU & Brazil proposal on WTO reforms - a "monster" in the making (PRIV)
(D. Ravi Kanth, Geneva)
Attempts to establish a Working Group for negotiating on the proposed reforms of the World Trade Organization (WTO) are being likened to a proverbial "monster" in the making as they could fundamentally alter once and for all the rule-book as laid out in the Marrakesh Agreement against the interests of the developing countries, said people familiar with the negotiations.

COP26 : High drama at adoption of Glasgow Climate Pact (PRIV)
(Meena Raman and Prerna Bomzan, Glasgow)
It was a night of high drama at the conclusion of the Glasgow climate talks, late night on Saturday, 13 November, ending a day later than the scheduled finale, before the adoption of the "Glasgow Climate Pact".

COP26 : Key decisions adopted in Glasgow (PRIV)
(Meena Raman and Indrajit Bose, Glasgow)
The Glasgow talks from 31 October to 13 November saw two-week intense negotiations under COP 26, the 16th session of the Kyoto Protocol Parties (CMP 16) and the 3rd session of the Conference of Parties to the Paris Agreement (CMA 3).


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