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Trade and the Competitiveness Agenda

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  • José Guilherme Reis
  • Thomas Farole

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  • José Guilherme Reis & Thomas Farole, 2010. "Trade and the Competitiveness Agenda," World Bank Other Operational Studies 10176, The World Bank.
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    1. Hoekman, Bernard & Wilson, John S., 2010. "Aid for trade : building on progress today for tomorrow's future," Policy Research Working Paper Series 5361, The World Bank.

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