Non-agricultural Market Access: A South Asian Perspective

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A. R. Kemal; Musleh-ud Din; Ejaz Ghani;
  • Journal: The Pakistan Development Review,volume 44,issue 4,pages879-900

A key element of the Doha Round of trade negotiations is liberalisation of trade in industrial products, commonly known as non-agricultural market access (NAMA). These negotiations are important for developing countries as these will determine the market access opportun... View more
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