G33 (developing countries)

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Current members of G33 showing in green

The G33 is a group of developing countries that coordinate on trade and economic issues. It was created in order to help a group of countries that were all facing similar problems.

The G33 has proposed special rules for developing countries at WTO negotiations, like allowing them to continue to restrict access to their agricultural markets.

Members[edit]

Despite the name, there are currently[citation needed] 46 member nations.