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Making global trade work for people.

Author: United Nations Development Programme.
Publisher: London ; Sterling, VA : Earthscan, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : Government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The world's trade regime is promoted by international agencies and most governments as the best way to lift the poor out of poverty and achieve sustainable development. But does it contribute to  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Making global trade work for people.
London ; Sterling, VA : Earthscan, 2003
(OCoLC)646842386
Material Type: Government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: United Nations Development Programme.
ISBN: 1853839817 9781853839818 1853839825 9781853839825
OCLC Number: 51235679
Description: xxxii, 341 p. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Overview: Making global trade work for people --
Pt. 1. Trade for human development --
Ch. 1. Human development and trade --
Ch. 2. global trade regime --
Ch. 3. Towards a human development-oriented global trade regime --
Ch. 4. Reforms to the global governance of trade --
Pt. 2. Agreements and issues --
Ch. 5. Agriculture --
Ch. 6. Commodities --
Ch. 7. Industrial tariffs --
Ch. 8. Textiles and clothing --
Ch. 9. Anti-dumping --
Ch. 10. Subsidies --
Ch. 11. Trade-Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights --
Ch. 12. Trade-Related Investment Measures and investment --
Ch. 13. General Agreement on Trade in Services --
Ch. 14. Competition policy --
Ch. 15. Transparency in government procurement --
Ch. 16. Trade facilitation --
Ch. 17. Standards --
Ch. 18. Trade and environmental policy --
Ch. 19. Strengthening capacities.
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'A call for a paradigm shift in trade discourse.' Ali Said Mchumo, Deputy Secretary General, East African Community, former ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania to the WTO (1995-2002), Chair Read more...

 
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