Doha Round Baggage: Implications for Economic Reforms in Pakistan and other Southern Countries

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Naheed Zia Khan;
  • Journal: Lahore Journal of Economics,volume 12,issue Special Edition September,pages154-172

This study is based on the premisethat agriculture remains the key issue in all reform efforts of Pakistanand the Doha Round of trade talks has strategic significance for the second round of the country’s farm sector reforms. It is argued that although there are differe... View more
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