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The fact that trade liberalization has been unsuccessful in many developing countries suggests that another approach may be needed, one which allows these countries to integrate at their own pace, in accordance with their particular needs and circumstances. Here, the conference will focus on how these countries can formulate appropriate national development strategies while also allowing them the necessary economic policy space to benefit from the trading system and develop to their own best advantage.














Last updated: 24 March 2004 16:53
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