Singapore Ministerial Declaration

Singapore Ministerial Declaration

A statement made after a 1996 World Trade Organization meeting in Singapore that summarized the views of the participants. The document discussed customs, transparency in government procurements, investment, and competition.
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(27) World Trade Org., Singapore Ministerial Declaration [paragraph] 20 (1996), available at http://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/minist_e/min96_e/wtodec_e.htm.
The 1996 Singapore ministerial declaration on trade and labor renewed member governments' trade ministers' "commitment to the observance of internationally recognized core labor standards." However, it merely noted that the WTO and ILO secretariats "still continue their existing collaboration." U.S.
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