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This book is based on the proceedings of a conference designed to provide United Nations delegates with new skills and information related to international trade. The book addresses the future of international trade agreements, particularly in light of the demonstrations that have interfered with meetings of the World Trade Organization and other international trade institutions. In addition to discussions of how to interweave trade agreements with development concerns and issues of national sovereignty, the book includes a provocative debate on the merits of existing trade agreements.
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