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Environmental And Labor Standards: What Role For The World Trade Organization?

Anderson, Kym


While social policies, particularly environmental and labor standards, are not new to trade policy fora, they are likely to have a more prominent role in the years ahead for the new World Trade Organization. Many developing countries perceive the entwining of these social issues with trade policy as a threat to both their sovereignty and their economies, while significant groups in advanced economies consider it unfair, ecologically unsound, even immoral to trade with countries adopting...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 1997-03
Type: Working/Technical Paper
Source: CIES Seminar Paper 97-04


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