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Global economic prospects and the developing countries : making trade work for the world's poor - 2002
 
Author:Newfarmer, Richard; Timmer, Hans; Varoudakis, Aristomene; Mattoo, Aaditya; Fink, Carsten; Maskus, Keith; Van derMensbrugghe, Dominique; Collection Title:Global Economic Prospects and the Developing Countries (GEP)
Country:World; Date Stored:2007/07/13
Document Date:2002/01/01Document Type:Publication
ISBN:7-5005-5883-X Language:Chinese
Major Sector:(Historic)Economic PolicyRegion:The World Region
Report Number:23590Sub Sectors:(Historic)Trade
SubTopics:Economic Growth; Environmental Management; Environmental Economics & Policies; Economic Development; Economic Theory & ResearchVolume No:1 of 1

Summary: Realizing the promise of the new global initiatives to expand trade requires concerted effort to move development to center stage in trade policy formulation. This report is dedicated to that agenda. It begins with a review of global prospects and ways globalization links the fates of industrial and developing countries. The report then considers issues in four broad areas that are particularly important to developing countries: merchandise trade, services, transport, and intellectual property rights. A final chapter summarizes the forward-looking policy agenda, and assesses the potential impact of further global integration and more rapid growth for the standards of living in poor countries everywhere.

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