Fair Trade: Reform and Realities in the International Trading System
The landscape of the world economy is changing rapidly, including new and much more powerful roles for the IMF and World Bank, as well as the rapid growth of wider free trade areas in North America and Europe. Current global trading arrangements, however, involve serious obstacles for exporters from the South as well as rivalries between the major economies.
What people are saying - Write a review
The World Division of Labour in Historical Perspective
The Division of World Resources Between Rich and Poor
The World Market
11 other sections not shown