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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Klaus-Günter Deutsch; Bernhard Speyer
|Description:||ix, 319 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1: International trade policies 1: The Millennium Round: the prospect for trade liberalisation in the next century; 2: The US: why fundamentals do not always matter, or: It's politics, stupid!; 3: The EU: contending for leadership; 4: WTO trade negotiations viewed from Tokyo; 5: Developing countries and the Millennium Round; 6: Globalisation, democracy and trade policy Part II: Policy issues 1: Liberalising international trade in services: the European perspective; 2: Financial services liberalisation in the Millennium Round; 3: International trade in telecommunications and transportation services; 4: Electronic commerce: a need for regulation?; 5: Competition policy and the WTO; 6: Anti-dumping and trade remedies: a necessary reform; 7: Investment in the WTO; 8: Trade-related intellectual property rights: from Marrakech to Seattle; 9: Agriculture: new wine in new bottles; 10: Regionalism and multilateralism - side by side; 11: Trade and labour standards - harnessing globalisation?; 12: Delineating trade and environmental rules Part III: Systemic and institutional issues 1: Clinton's legacy: US trade leadership languishes; 2: Broadening WTO membership: key accession issues; 3: Dispute settlement - a gem in polish and preservation; 4: The WTO and international governance; 5: Reforming WTO decision-making: lessons from Singapore and Seattle|
|Series Title:||Routledge studies in international business and the world economy, 24.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Klaus Günter Deutsch and Bernhard Speyer.|