Other issues to be discussed include reports on the dispute settlement body and environment.
The S&DT issues are of importance to India and other developing countries because they were specially included in the Uruguay Round of negotiations to neutralise the disadvantages which they faced vis-a-vis their developed counterparts.
However, not much movement has taken place on the identification and implementation of S&DT measures despite the fact that the Doha negotiations launched in November 2001 included it in the work programme on a priority basis.
Now that WTO members have started work towards achieving a framework agreement by July-end, developing countries want that the S&DT issues should be given due prominence in it.
The chairman of the special session on trade and development, in his recent report, suggested that the July package should contain a rededication and commitment to the development dimension of WTO and the need to ensure that the Doha Round is a genuine development round.
India is also taking active interest in negotiations on anti-dumping and subsidy issues as every year it is subject to a large number of anti-dumping investigations and duty impositions which are later dismissed by the dispute settlement body.