Subject: Environmental Equity | Environmental Accounts and Accounting | Environment and Development | Economic Theory&Research,Free Trade,Emerging Markets,Trade Policy,Trade Law | Environment and Trade | Sustainability | Doha Development Agenda; trade agreements; trade negotiations; WTO | International Trade Organizations F130 | Trade and Environment F180 | Agriculture in International Trade Q170 | Population Growth Q560 | Trade Policy
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The Doha Round must be concluded not because it will produce dramatic liberalization but because it will create greater security of market access. Its conclusion would strengthen, symbolically and substantively, the WTO’s valuable role in restraining protectionism in th... View more
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