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World Trade Governance and Developing Countries: The GATT/WTO Code Committee System

ISBN: 978-1-4051-1677-0
128 pages
July 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
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A comprehensive study of developing countries in the GATT/WTO system.

  • Explores how the developing countries have shaped and have been shaped by the GATT/WTO committees.
  • Investigates the areas of critical importance to developing countries including antidumping, textiles, agriculture, trade and the environment.
  • Offers suggestions on how the developing countries can improve their participation in committee meetings.
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Acknowledgments.

About the author.

Acronyms.

Introduction.

1. The Importance of International Law and Institutions for the World Trading System.

2. Developing Countries in the GATT Committee System Prior to the Establishment of the WTO.

3. The Impact of Developments After the Tokyo Round.

4. Developing Countries and the WTO Committees Since the Uruguay Round.

5. Conclusions.

Appendix: Extracts from GATT/WTO Documents.

Notes.

Bibliography.

Index.

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Kofi Oteng Kufuor is a Research Fellow in the School of Law at The University of East London and an Associate Fellow of the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House).
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  • Explores how the developing countries have shaped and have been shaped by the GATT/WTO committees.
  • Investigates the areas of critical importance to developing countries including antidumping, textiles, agriculture, trade and the environment.
  • Offers suggestions on how the developing countries can improve their participation in committee meetings.
See More
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