publication . Bachelor thesis . 2008

Rozvojová agenda z Dohá

Obenbergerová, Linda;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2008
  • Publisher: Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
  • Country: Czech Republic
Abstract
As the globalization goes further, the importance of international trade increases as well, not only as an instrument of reaching welfare but as a way to solve problems, too. The World Trade Organization (WTO) tries to put this approach into effect by means of liberalization. The current round of multilateral negotiations at the WTO that was launched in November 2001 in Qatar's capital Doha was to focus on developing countries. That is why it is usually called the Doha Development Agenda (DDA). The opponents claim, that the aspect of development is not strong enough, because developed countries do not want to make concessions (the main topic of this round are ag...
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free text keywords: trade liberalization; Doha Development Agenda; liberalizace obchodu; regulation in international trade; Rozvojové země ve WTO; developing countries in WTO; Rozvojová agenda z Dohá; regulace mezinárodního obchodu; WTO
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