The Uruguay Round and Its Follow-up: Building a Positive Agenda for Development : Report on a Workshop Convened by the Secretary-General of UNCTAD 3 and 4 March 1997 Palais Des Nations, Geneva, Part 489

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UN, 1997 - Comercio internacional - 121 pages
Since the conclusion of the Uruguay Round, there has been widespread interest among development practitioners as well as governments in assessing the economic implications of the results of the Round for individual developing countries. This publication highlights what is to be learned from existing country-specific studies in terms of methodology, findings & policy implications; elements of an appropriate policy-oriented framework for country-specific analysis of the effects of the Uruguay Round Agreements & their follow-up on developing countries; & issues to be considered in setting a positive trade agenda for developing countries in future multilateral negotiations.

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Contents

COUNTRYSPECIFIC ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT
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SOME COUNTRYSPECIFIC STUDIES BY DEVELOPING
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Latin America and Caribbean countries
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