This volume provides an analysis of the main characteristics of the Doha Development Agenda: the trade talks themselves, the increasing complexity of the WTO and its members' diverging interests, and the issue of the remaining trade barriers. All this is done in a way that should help stimulate development and contribute to poverty alleviation.
The various effects of trade liberalization on the negotiating parties is studied with particular emphasis on agriculture, services and labor-intensive manufacturing. The likely impact on welfare and growth in a wide range of developed and developing countries is then calculated using sophisticated modelling.
Trade experts from developing countries provide their analysis of the negotiations in the Doha Development Agenda and the role of the coalition formed by Brazil, India, South Africa, China and others.
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