WTO market access negotiations for non-agricultural products, Doha Round: implications for East Asia
The East Asian economies continue to have a major interest in the global liberalization of trade in industrial products. This interest is even more pronounced in the context of the deepening of the supply chain linkages in East Asia, a process that is associated in part with restructuring in Japan, Chinese Taipei and Korea and also the emergence of China in the world trading system. A number of formulae for negotiating industrial tariff reductions are now on the table in Geneva (including...[Show more]
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