2. Is founded on participation based on a net positive contribution from all WTO Members, without exception, contributed for the common good;
3. Recognizes the right to equal trade for all nations and equal opportunities for all participants regardless of gender or how small the size of a business may be; paired with an equal level of obligations except in the case of verifiable limitations of capacity
4. Links explicitly once again the cause of peace and the cause of open markets as they were in the first clause of the 1947 Havana Charter for the International Trade Organization. (This is particularly important for the conflict-affected countries, some of whom joined the WTO in recent years and a number of whom now seek to become Members).
5. Provides that obligations be fully enforceable as envisaged at the founding of the WTO.
6. Protects the environment (such as dealing with plastics in the oceans).
7. Combats the scourge of corruption through all Members joining and fully implementing the government procurement agreement.
8. Promotes sustainable development through all relevant WTO activities, and that its efforts be made far more effective, directly through training and indirectly through close coordination with other international organizations.
9. Provides a new structure of governance whereby --