Despite the decision of the WTO members to launch a new round of negotiations at their Doha Ministerial in November 2001, developing countries continue to have very real concerns on a number of key issues. The successful completion of the Doha trade round and the realization of the goals of its Development Agenda represent a major challenge for both the developed and the developing world. The primary aim of this volume is to improve understanding of the issues, the objectives of policy and the options for trade policy reform particularly as they impact on the Asia-Pacific region. A team of authors from developing and developed countries in the Asia-Pacific identify ways in which progress might be made on the key negotiating topics, including market access and related issues in agriculture, non-agriculture merchandise and in trade in services.The APEC members are also pursuing a work program in relation to air transport. ... sharing, and the liberalization of market access.6 Each recommendation is being examined by APECa#39;s Air Services Group and issues in their implementationanbsp;...
|Title||:||Options for Global Trade Reform|
|Author||:||Will Martin, Mari Pangestu|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2003-03-27|