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UN Millennium Development Library: Trade in Development

By: UN Millennium Project
224 pages, Figures, tables, diagrams
Publisher: Earthscan
UN Millennium Development Library: Trade in Development
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  • UN Millennium Development Library: Trade in Development ISBN: 9781844072293 Paperback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Volume in the UN Millennium Development Library that focuses on strategies that are needed to introduce much greater access and equity in international and trade.

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The current international trading system is stacked against developing countries, a situation that severely hampers development and ongoing attempts to eradicate poverty. Trade for Development presents the framework necessary to correct this imbalance and give developing countries greater economic growth potential and a more effective capacity to defeat poverty. Action on trade, such as the progressive elimination of remaining trade barriers in goods and services, with rich countries leading by example, coupled with enough support for poor countries to bear adjustment costs and build export capacity must be part of the international effort to defeat poverty.

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By: UN Millennium Project
224 pages, Figures, tables, diagrams
Publisher: Earthscan
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