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The Global System of Trade Preferences among Developing Countries (GSTP) is a "preferential trade agreement signed on 13 April 1988 with the aim of increasing trade between "developing countries in the framework of the "United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.[1] Its entry into force was on 19 April 1989 and its notification to the "WTO on 25 September 1989.



  former members

Current members states, participating since 19 April 1989, are: "Bangladesh, "Cuba, "Ghana, "India, "Nigeria, "Singapore, "Sri Lanka, "Tanzania, "Zimbabwe

Additionally current members states are: "Algeria, "Argentina, "Benin, "Bolivia, "Brazil, "Cameroon, "Chile, "Colombia, "Ecuador, "Egypt (16-07-89), "Macedonia, "Guinea, "Guyana (04-05-89), "Indonesia, "Iran, "Iraq, "North Korea, "South Korea (11-06-89), "Libya, "Malaysia (31-08-89), "Mexico (13-05-89), "Morocco (13-07-89), "Mozambique, "Myanmar, "Nicaragua (03-05-89), "Pakistan (08-07-89), "Peru (15-04-89), "Philippines, "Sudan, "Thailand, "Trinidad and Tobago, "Tunisia (25-08-89), "Venezuela, "Vietnam and the "trade bloc of "MERCOSUR (2-11-2006)[2]

Applicants[3] are: "Burkina Faso, "Burundi, "Haiti, "Madagascar, "Mauritania, "Rwanda, "Suriname, "Uganda and "Uruguay.

Former members: "Yugoslavia (from 19-04-1989), "Romania (from 19-04-1989 until its "EU membership)

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