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Home Browse Books Book details, Exports of Manufactures from Developing. The high exposure of Western banks in developing countries means that, even more than before, the success of export expansion in those countries will affect not only their own development but also the stability of the international financial system. In a few instances, changing circumstances have modified the implications of the empirical analysis of this study.
Xv, 229 pages : 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Trends in the 1970s.
In: Whalley J. (eds) Developing Countries and the Global Trading System. Palgrave Macmillan, London.
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of Composition Revisited. Aggregate Evidence on Performance of Manufactured Exports. org E-mail: infodbank. manufactures from developing countries by 1990 found no generalized predicted rise in protection, although the projections did predict a significant rise in the incidence of . NTBs (from 40 to 47 percent market coverage).
Exports of manufactures from developing countries increased at a remarkable pace over the period from the early 1960s to the mid-1970s
Exports of manufactures from developing countries increased at a remarkable pace over the period from the early 1960s to the mid-1970s. The centrally planned economies accoQnted for only about 3 per cent of the total
William Richard Cline, American economist, educator.
William Richard Cline, American economist, educator. Woodrow Wilson fellow, 1964, Ford Foundation fellow, 1965; recipient Harold and Margaret Sprout award International Studies Association, 1993. Member American Economic Association, Council Foreign Relations. Book by Cline, William . United States External Adjustment and the World Economy.
Assesses the prospects for the trade of developing countries in the 1990s . Those prospects depend on supply and demand. The demand for developing countries' exports will depend upon the growth of the world economy and on the nature of the international trading system. consumers and firms importing the goods.
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