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Aggressive tarrif cuts – allows for greater market access Most developing countries gain more from liberalization of manufactured goods than from freer trade in agriculture. Even Brazil, a strong agricultural exporter and demandeur in the negotiations on agriculture, gains more from manufacturing than from agricultural liberalization. Liberalization of manufactured goods poses its own difficult challenges. The current overabundance of labor in developing countries—relative to both capital and the
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Unformatted text preview: capacity of national and global markets to absorb output—will make achieving all-around gains from trade even more complicated. http://www.reformwatch.net/fitxers/213.Losers.pdf How brazil’s trade policies effect and revolve around doha and the trade theories discussed in class Their position now and what they hope to gain from doha...
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2011 for the course FBE 462 at USC.

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