Developing Countries in the WTO

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Index
accession issues 176–95, 249–50
lessons from experience and future issues 190–4
membership benefits 177–8
process and strategies 179–83;
formalities 179;
memorandum 179–80;
negotiations 182–3;
questions and answers 180–2;
progress; delays 184–90;
to date 183–4
Act of the Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) 143–4, 146
adjustment assistance 95–6
Advisory Center 101, 253, 254
Afghanistan 176
Africa 3, 34, 47
developed country policies 122
participation in WTO 165
policies 47, 53, 79
policy coherence 233, 241
trade-related institutions 91
trade-related intellectual property rights 142, 145–6, 147
Uruguay Round 198–9, 205
Agency for International Trade Information and co-operation 101, 247, 248
agenda setting 166–7
aggregate measures of support 61–2, 85, 111, 123, 210
agriculture 85, 111–12, 123–4, 189, 209–11
Agriculture Agreement, 40, 83, 85
AIDS 146
Albania 184, 187, 192, 255
Algeria 183, 184, 255
ANDEAN Community 4, 147
Andorra 183
Antidumping Database 114
Antidumping Procedures Agreement 40
Appellate Body 169, 221
Argentina 7, 20, 202, 209, 239, 251
non-tariff measures 254
participation in WTO 165, 169, 171
policies 48, 50, 54, 57, 63, 65, 68
Armenia 183, 184
Asia 10, 15, 31, 255
East 2, 34, 160
financial crisis 3
policies 46, 47, 52, 53, 79, 81
policy coherence 235, 236
see also Asia, Caribbean and Pacific
Asia, Caribbean and Pacific countries 4, 80, 106, 127, 152, 156, 242
Association of Southeast Asian Nations 165, 198
Australia 107, 108, 109, 110, 119, 165, 255
accession issues 179
development round 201
Azerbaijan 183, 184
Balance of Payments Committee 234
Balassa, B. 235
Balasubramanyam, V. N. 32
Balkans 256
Baltic countries 192
Bangladesh 15, 17, 20, 73, 251
anti-dumping against 115
non-tariff measures 254
participation in WTO 163
policies 50, 54, 57, 59, 62, 63, 65, 68
Bangui Agreement 147
Basic Telecommunications, Information Technology Products and Financial Services 153
Belarus 183, 184
Bello, W. 85
Benin 111, 251
policies 46, 48, 50, 55, 57, 63, 65, 68, 73
Bhagwati, J. 31, 83
Binswanger, H. 62, 105

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