Globalization and the Transformation of Foreign Economic Policy
This book charts the journey from the point when foreign economic policy was solely concerned with foreign trade - to promote the interests of individual countries - to the current globalization of the world economy that creates a uniform market in goods, services & factors of production that embraces all countries & regions.
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