State trading and development: a perspective view of state trading organizations in developing countries as instruments of national development and channels of international cooperation
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Foreword Milorad Savitevic
State Trading Why? How? Whither? Proxy Fernandes
The State Trading Organizations Within the Indian Experience of a Mixed
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action activities agencies areas arrangements Association Bangladesh basis Bolivia Brazil buyer co-operation CODELCO commercial commodities companies competitive consumers contracts copper copper and tin costs decision developing countries diammonium phosphate domestic economic established export marketing exporting STOs facilities foreign exchange foreign trade Group of 77 ICPE import operations importing countries importing STOs India Indonesia industry information and intelligence international market international trade Japan Kuwait large number long-term major Malaysia MEMACO ment Metal Minerals monopoly Morocco Multifert negotiating objectives Penang phosphate rock phosphatic fertilizers phosphoric acid planning port processing production programme public enterprises public sector purchase Qatar raw materials refined copper regional Republic of Korea role Romania selling smelter sources specific State-Trading STOs of developing strategies suppliers supply Symposium tonnes tons Trading Corporation trading organizations transnational UNCTAD United urea Zaire Zambia