G-21Group of 21 (Non-Aligned Nations in the Conference on Disarmament)
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Costa Rica's Commerce Minister Alberto Trejos told the press in his country that it, too, would maintain its support of the G-21 in opposition to the market-distorting subsidies that the US government provides its farmers.
Both Ramirez and Trejos denied pressure, but an official negotiator from Guatemala, Guido Rodas, admitted to reporters that letters from the US government exist urging his government to step away from its G-21 position.
The G-21 proposes a reduction in export subsidies, which present the greatest distortions in the market," said CAP coordinator Max Correa.
The G-21 countries are: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, China, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Egypt, Guatemala, India, Mexico, Pakistan, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, Venezuela.
Gruevski's nationalistic politics favors the anti-Albanian and anti-Greek processes but this must stop," said Biljali, member of G-21.
Asda, which has started selling a size 4 in Wales as part of its G-21 range aimed at teenagers, claims it does promote positive body images and doesn't use stick-thin models.
The G-21 range, from its fashion label George, will include clothes that go down to UK size four--the equivalent of size zero in the US.
OA-9 was the Army's term for the "observation, amphibian" military version of the twin-engine Grumman G-21 Goose, a utility transport that made its initial flight on May 29, 1937.
Citing the devastating effects of first world subsidies on third world agricultural production, G-21 demanded immediate reductions of such subsidies, along with fewer market barriers to developing nations.
Following the collapse of World Trade Organization talks in Cancun, Peru withdrew from the Brazil-led Group of 21, or G-21, followed by Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, and Guatemala.
Thailand, which followed the G-21 line at Cancun, has now agreed to enter into free trade agreement talks with us.
This came to a head, more or less, when a group of 21 developing nations including Argentina, Brazil, China, India, Costa Rica, and Guatemala, or the G-21, launched a coordinated effort to push for an agreement in agriculture that was unpalatable to developed countries such as the U.