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Developing Countries in the WTO Legal System$
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Joel P. Trachtman and Chantal Thomas

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780195383614

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2009

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195383614.001.0001

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Developing Countries and the GATT/WTO System

Developing Countries and the GATT/WTO System

Some Reflections on the Idea of Free Trade and Doha Round Trade Negotiations

Developing Countries in the WTO Legal System

Bs Chimni

Oxford University Press

This chapter sketches the general or popular sources of free trade skepticism among ordinary citizens, civil society organizations, and policy makers in developing countries. It argues that the sentiment against free trade in developing countries is not simply a function of rent-seeking special interests. Free trade skepticism is rooted in a profound appreciation of the historical, ethical, legal, and political contexts in which the idea of free trade has been advanced and practiced.

Keywords:   free trade, skepticism, developing countries, policy makers, rent-seeking

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