Globalization means that today, more than ever before, growth in developing countries and the reduction of poverty depend on world trade and a well functioning trading system. This volume reviews developing countries' trade policies and institutions, and the challenges they face in the World Trade Organization—where the rules that govern the international trading system are set.
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Trade and Gender: Opportunities and Challenges for Developing Countries By Anh-Nga Tran-Nguyen; Beviglia Zampetti United Nations, 2004
Global Agricultural Trade and Developing Countries By M. Ataman Aksoy; John C. Beghin World Bank, 2005
Ethnically Homogeneous Commercial Elites in Developing Countries By Davis, Kevin Trebilcock, Michael J. Heys, Bradley Law and Policy in International Business, Vol. 32, No. 2, Winter 2001
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Patent Necessity: Intellectual Property Dilemmas in the Biotech Domain & Treatment Equity for Developing Countries By Spectar, J. M. Houston Journal of International Law, Vol. 24, No. 2, Winter 2002
Crunch Time for World Trade Deal: Once Again the Developing Countries Have Failed to Convince the Rich Nations to Play Fair in World Trade. the Doha Treaty, Which Would Reduce Poverty in the Developing World While Keeping the Rich Wealthy, Has Been Shuttling Backwards and Forwards with No Agreement in Sight. the Implications of a Stalemate Are Serious By Siddiqi, Moin African Business, No. 324, October 2006
Analysing the Global Crisis: ITC's Chief Economist Assesses the Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Developing Countries, and Recommends Responses for International and Domestic Policy By van der Geest, Willem International Trade Forum, No. 2, April-June 2009
Free Trade Is Key to Poverty Reduction: A Decisive WTO Ministerial Meeting in Hong Kong Could Help Set the Medium-Term Agenda for Improving Welfare and Growth Prospects of Developing Countries, Especially Low-Income Ones Argues Moin Siddiqi By Siddiqi, Moin African Business, No. 315, December 2005
How Trade Impacts US Jobs and the War on Terrorism ; the Bush Administration Weighs Competing Factors as Talks Involving Developing Countries Begin in Cancun By Howard LaFranchi writer of The Christian Science Monitor The Christian Science Monitor, September 9, 2003
US Rethinks Trade Sanctions Policy Using Trade Penalties against China and Other Countries May Hurt US Business Most of All By Amy Kaslow, writer of The Christian Science Monitor The Christian Science Monitor, April 7, 1994
THE WORLD FROM ...Guatemala City the Countries of Central America Open Their Borders for an Experiment in Free Trade - and Taste the Future By Scott, David Clark The Christian Science Monitor, May 5, 1993