To understand how the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Doha Development

Agenda can contribute to development, one must first ask whether it is possible or

useful to define a trade negotiation round as a ‘development round’. Then one should

look at the trading interests of the developing countries in this round, and how they

have become more able to articulate their interests. Next, it is essential to examine

the particular interest of developing countries in special and differential treatment