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1 TUSSIE, Diana and David GLOVER (edited by) GLOVER, David (ed.) WATSON, Ann Developing Countries in World Trade : Policies and Bargaining Strategies
Lynne Rienner Publishers / International Development Research Centre, Boulder, CO and Ottawa, 1993, ISBN:1555873847 
TUSSIE, Diana and David GLOVER (edited by). The Developing Countries in World Trade : Policies and Bargaining Strategies ; edited by Diana Tussie and David Glover. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers and Ottawa: International Development Research Centre, (1993). Pp. (i)-xi,[1],1-267,[1]. 8vo, green cloth with cream lettering to front and spine. Contents: 1. Alejandro Jara's "Bargaining Strategies of Developing Countries in the Uruguay Round", 2. Stephany Griffith-Jones's "Economic Integration in Europe: Implications for Developing Countries", 3. Ann Weston's "Canada and the United States: Drifting Towards Regionalism", 4. Claudia Schatan's "Out of the Crisis: Mexico", 5. Ennio Rodriguez's "The Multiple tracks of a Small Open Economy: Costa Rica", 6. Tussie's "Bargaining at a Crossroads: Argentina", 7. Marcelo dePaiva Abreau's "Trade Policiews and Bargaining in a Heavily Indebted Econo my: Brazil", 8. Rajiv Kumar's "The Walk Away from Leadership: India", 9. Glover's "Bypassing Barriers: Lessons from the Asian NICs", 10. Tussie's "Holding the Balance: The Cairns Group in the Uruguay Round", 11. Kumar's "Developing-Country Coalitions in International Trade Negotiations", 12. Glover and Tussie's "Developing Countries in World Trade: Implications for Bargaining". Vg. 50.00

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