Development Policy in the New Millenium and the Doha "Delopment Round"
Abbott, Kenneth W. | May 2003
The broad objective of ADB’s research program on “The Doha Round and Development” is to promote policy dialogue on priority areas and identify information and positions that will more effectively advance developing countries’ interests in the new round of multilateral trade negotiations. The program has three interrelated components aimed at (i) examining the agenda of the Doha Round in the context of ongoing debates on trade and development, (ii) assessing the development potential from trade liberalization (i.e., in goods and services), and (iii) addressing trade-related issues of relevance to the Doha Round and future negotiations under the World Trade Organization (WTO).
CitationAbbott, Kenneth W.. 2003. Development Policy in the New Millenium and the Doha "Delopment Round". © Asian Development Bank. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/6139.
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