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By Constantine Michalopoulos

Globalization implies that this present day, greater than ever prior to, development in constructing nations and the aid of poverty rely on international alternate and a good functioning buying and selling approach. This quantity reports constructing international locations' exchange regulations and associations, and the demanding situations they face on the planet alternate Organization—where the principles that govern the overseas buying and selling procedure are set.

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A related premise is that trade policies aimed at maximizing sustainable development in developing countries necessarily differ from those of developed economies, and hence policy disciplines applying to the latter should not apply to the former. The ®nal premise is that it is in the interest of developed countries to assist developing countries to integrate fully into the international trading system. Based on these premises, the new provisions in the WTO agreements fall into two broad categories: (1) positive actions by developed-country Members or international institutions; and (2) exceptions to the overall rules for developing countries, and some additional exceptions for the LDCs (Michalopoulos, 2000a).

Pursuant to the mandate provided by the relevant articles and decisions such as the `Decision on Measures in Favour of LDCs', a range of technical assistance and programmes are being provided to developing countries and LDCs by international organizations, in particular the WTO, UNCTAD, the International Trade Centre (ITC) and the World Bank. The main question that arises in this respect concerns the overall adequacy and effectiveness of the WTO's efforts and those of the WTO members and the international community in general.

The relatively less favourable outcome of the two GATT Rounds for the developing countries was partly attributable to their limited participation in the process of negotiating concessions (Kemper, 1980; Hudec, 1987). The basic formula having being agreed, it was the developed countries that negotiated exceptions to the cuts speci®ed in the formula. Final concessions were then extended to all CP by virtue of the MFN provisions of GATT. While developed countries did consider developing countries' demands in respect of products of export interest, these demands tended to be met or rejected without substantial further negotiation.

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