IBSAC (INDIA, BRAZIL, SOUTH AFRICA, CHINA): A Potential Developing Country Coalition in WTO Negotiations
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KeywordsIBSA; IBSAC; WTO; regional grouping; developing country alliance; LDCs; international trade; developing country trade; Economics; Internation Economic Relations;
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