|Preface and Acknowledgements||xiii|
|PART I BACKGROUND|
|1.2 Free trade, protectionism and managed trade||6|
|1.4 New trade regimes: regional and global||19|
|1.5 Concluding observations||25|
|2 Trade, Environment and Development||31|
|2.2 Trade liberalization and development||32|
|2.3 International trade and the environment||36|
|2.4 Sustainable development: a synthesis of linkages||44|
|2.5 Concluding observations||51|
|3 Multilateral Environmental Agreements||55|
|3.2 Environmental agreements with trade measures||58|
|3.3 Interface with trade policies||64|
|3.4 Harmful chemicals trade||66|
|3.5 Concluding observations||69|
|PART II THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION|
|4 WTO Articles of Agreement and Beyond||75|
|4.2 WTO — an institutional innovation||76|
|4.3 The Bretton Woods institutions and the WTO||80|
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Book title: The World Trade Organization and the Environment.
Contributors: P. K. Rao - Author.
Publisher: St. Martin's Press.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2000.
Page number: vii.
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