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Trade prospects for developing countries.

Bela Balassa

Trade prospects for developing countries.

by Bela Balassa

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Published by Richard D. Irwin in Homewood, Ill .
Written in English


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A publication ofThe Economic Growth Center, Yale University.

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Open LibraryOL13762105M

  International trade policy and the developing world / Sheila Page -- The Europe Agreements: with a little help from our friends / L. Alan Winters -- Trade policy reform in developing countries: problems and prospects / David Greenaway and Oliver Morrissey -- Pages: KRUEGER, ANNE O and MICHALOPOULOS, CONSTANTINE, “Developing-country Trade Policies and the International Economic System”, in Preeg, Ernest H (ed.), Hard Bargaining Ahead: US Trade Policy and Developing Countries (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Transaction Books, for the Overseas Development Council, ) pp. 39–Cited by:

  Export industries in these countries have been affected at least as much as those of other developing countries. Given their reliance on trade, this means that the overall economic impact on small states may be greater than for other developing countries, all the more so for those countries exporting minerals and fuels, and ‘luxury’ goods.   'The prospects for rapid economic growth and poverty reduction in developing countries are critically dependent upon the climate for external trade. This volume presents an invaluable and systematic analysis of such prospects covering a wide canvas of issues including market access, tariffs and non-tariff barriers, export subsidies, OECD domestic support and the :

Developing countries clearly reaped important gains from the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations. World Bank studies, for example, conclude that developing country income levels will rise by percent as a result of the Round and that, as a group, they . COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.


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