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Mondialisation et développement. Quelle soutenabilité au régime de l'organisation mondiale du commerce ?

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  • Mehdi Abbas

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Cet article présente les principales contradictions dans lesquels est prise l'Organisation mondiale du commerce tel que les révèle le déroulement du programme de Doha pour le développement. Ils constituent une manifestation des contradictions structurelles et institutionnelles dans les rapports Nord-Sud au sein du système commercial multilatéral. L'article réfute la thèse du nombre comme explication prédominante de l'enlisement de la négociation. L'articulation entre la nature de la régulation commerciale contenue dans les Accords de l'OMC et l'évolution des équilibres de puissance constitue la source majeure des dysfonctionnements du système commercial multilatéral. Il en résulte un abandon de la dimension développement du cycle de Doha et une interrogation sur la soutenabilité environnementale et sociale du régime commercial de l'OMC.

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  • Mehdi Abbas, 2011. "Mondialisation et développement. Quelle soutenabilité au régime de l'organisation mondiale du commerce ?," Post-Print halshs-00602996, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00602996
    DOI: 10.3917/med.154.0017
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    traitement spécial et différencié; multilatéralisme; émergence; libre-échange;

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