Trade, Aid and Global Interdependence (Routledge Introductions to Development)
George ChoISBN: 0415091594;
Trade, Aid and Global Interdependence introduces trade as both concept and activity, placing aid wihting the context of trade in practice. The trend towards the globalization of trade, especially in the light of GATT and its emphasis on greater integration of economies throughout the world, means developing countries increasingly want both trade and aid, as aid alone is insufficient to bring about growth and economic development. Using a number of Third World case studies from Africa, Asia and Central and Latin America, this book analyzes this competitive partnership of mnternational trade and economic development and discusses how various development strategies have been devised to respond to particular economic, social and environmental challenges.
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