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Doha or Dada: The World Trade Regime at an Historic Crossroads

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  • Klaus Deutsch

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    This study was not alone in demonstrating that a deal on the Doha Round could be of huge benefit to the global economy. Assuming plausible enhancements in the course of further negotiations, the biggest-ever round of international trade liberalisation in absolute terms could indeed be realised. And what is more, all nations should at present be in a position to shoulder the political costs of adjustment to freer trade and a stricter set of rules. URL:[http://www.dbresearch.com/PROD/DBR_INTERNET_EN-PROD/PROD0000000000275048.pdf].

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    Keywords: doha round; global economy; negotiations; china; US; import; emerging markets; diplomacy; trade policy; liberalisation; political costs; trade; international trade; doha;

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