Developing Countries' Changing Participation in World Trade
AbstractRecent years have seen substantial reductions in trade policy and other barriers inhibiting developing country participation in world trade. Lower barriers have contributed to a dramatic shift in the pattern of developing country trade--away from dependence on commodity exports to much greater reliance on manufactures and services. In addition, exports to other developing countries have become much more important. These changes have profound implications for the role played by developing countries in the world economy and trade system. Copyright 2003, Oxford University Press.
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Volume (Year): 18 (2003)
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