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Trade and the Poor - The impact of international trade on developing countries
Trade and the Poor examines North-South trade in commodities, services and tourism; transnational corporations and free trade zones; and international financial systems. Also considers alternative South-North trade and looks at changes needed to improve terms of trade.

Publisher: Practical Action Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-xiv(14)
Author: Madeley, John

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Introduction: why countries trade
pp. 1-16(16)
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Trade effects
pp. 17-33(17)
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Primary commodities: the lifeblood drains away
pp. 34-53(20)
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Manufactured goods: the South's obstacle course
pp. 54-70(17)
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Trade in services
pp. 71-85(15)
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Transnationals: agents of trade
pp. 86-103(18)
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Transnationals: agents of death?
pp. 104-118(15)
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Finance, debt and trade
pp. 119-130(12)
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International trade organizations
pp. 131-148(18)
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Alternative trade: coming direct
pp. 149-159(11)
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South-South trade and producer co-operation
pp. 160-177(18)
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pp. 178-210(33)
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