Developing countries and the market system: toward better policy for aiding the contribution of civil society consumer organisations
This paper addresses the question of increasing the availability and utility of assistance to civil society consumer organisations in developing countries in the interest of building the effectiveness of the market system in those countries and in the interest of building a global market system which benefits those countries.
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