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Reflections from the frontline : developing country negotiators in the WTO / editors, Pradeep S. Mehta, Atul Kaushik, Rashid S. Kaukab.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2012
Imprint:
New Delhi : Published by Academic Foundation in association with CUTS International, 2012.
Format:
  • Book
  • xviii, 375 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 347-362).
Contents:
  • Developing countries in WTO negotiations : moving from the margins to the middle / Vinod Rege
  • Agriculture : at the centre of DDA negotiations / Robert Azevedo & Braz Baracuhy
  • Non-agricultural market access (NAMA) : balancing development and ambition / Shree B.C. Servansing
  • Trade in services : safeguarding developing country interests / Guillermo Malpica Soto
  • Trade facilitation : negotiations towards a win-win outcome / Manzoor Ahmad
  • TRIPs in DDA : personal perspective of a developing country negotiator / Guilherme Patriota
  • Rules negotiations : anti-dumping, subsidies and countervailing duties, fisheries subsidies and regional trade agreements / Guillermo Valles Galmes
  • Special and differential treatment : continuing saga of stalled negotiations / Nelson Ndirangu
  • Preference erosion : negotiation with steadfast pragmatism / Shree B.C. Servansing
  • Dispute settlement understanding : proposals for reform / Manual A.J. Teehankee
  • G20 : combining substance with solidarity and leadership / Ujal Sing Bhatia
  • The group of 33 : navigating in turbulent waters / Dian Triansyah Djani, Erwidodo and Denny Wachyudi Kurnia
  • NAMA 11 on industrial goods : theory and practice of successful coalitions / Faizal Ismail
  • Asserting the rights of smallness : small and vulnerable economies at the WTO / Ronald Sanders
  • African group and DDA : maintaining solidarity of a large coalition / Arsene M. Balihuta
  • LDC group : shared challenges, united responses / Matern Y.C. Lumbanga.
Contributor:
Mehta, Pradeep S.
Kaushik, Atul.
Kaukab, Rashid S.
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ISBN:
9788171889266
8171889263

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