The Outlook for World Trade
AbstractThe former GATT and World Trade Organization Director-General (1993â€“1995) defends the multilateral trade systemâ€”â€œIf goods do not pass frontiers, armies willâ€â€”and describes the challenges facing the World Trade Organization particularly in meeting the Doha Development Agenda. He responds to critics whose beliefs about globalisation and the role of the WTO he says are based on muddled thinking, and addresses trade-related issues including global governance and the situation of the developing countries in the global economy.
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Volume (Year): 4 (2003)
Issue (Month): 3 (July)
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