It was hoped that trade preferences, offered to exports from
developing countries by industrialised countries, would give
greater economic benefits than has been the case. Now continuing
multilateral tariff liberalisation threatens to further erode even
those benefits that remain. This study looks at how best developing
countries should respond to this erosion of trade preferences,
either through restructuring individual preference arrangements or
by acting to offset the adverse effects of preference erosion.
|Country of origin:
(Visiting Research Fellow)
• Oliver Morrissey
(Professor of International Economics)
• Evious Zgovu
(Professor of Development Economics)
||240 x 165 x 10mm (L x W x T)
Business & Economics >
International economics >
International trade >
Trade agreements & tariffs
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