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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||The End Of Differential Treatment And The Adoption Of The Rule Of Reciprocity For Developing Countries In The "rodada Uruguai" Wto Negotiations [o Fim Do Tratamento Diferenciado E A Adoção Da Regra De Reciprocidade Para Países Em Desenvolvimento Na Rodada Uruguai Da Omc]|
|Author:||Guimaraes F. de S.|
|Abstract:||This article aims at an understanding of how the Rodada Uruguai negotiations (1986-1994) and the pressures of developed countries effected the re-orientation of countries' positions on development in the multilateral ambit of trade. With this purpose in mind, we review the strategies that both groups of countries (developing and developed) used in directing and constructing the rules of the regime and how this process reflected an environment of coercion and assymetrical pact-making that, by the end of the negotiations, made developing countries adopt commercial liberalization as the only commercial strategy possible. © 2007 Revista de Sociologia e Política.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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