A Birds-Eye View of the Agenda: The Developing Countries and the Millennium Round

@inproceedings{Guerrieri2000ABV,
  title={A Birds-Eye View of the Agenda: The Developing Countries and the Millennium Round},
  author={Paolo Guerrieri and Isabella Falautano},
  year={2000}
}
Developing countries have a considerable stake in supporting a comprehensive new round of multilateral trade negotiations within the World Trade Organization (WTO) in order to achieve further trade liberalization and benefit from intersectorial trade-off. For their constructive participation in the preparation of the agenda and in negotiation, however, the costs and benefits of the various issues must be carefully assessed. In the present paper, we attempt to analyze these issues starting from… CONTINUE READING

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