Non-agricultural Market Access: A South Asian Perspective
Abdul Razzaq Kemal,
Musleh-ud Din () and
Ejaz Ghani ()
The Pakistan Development Review, 2005, vol. 44, issue 4, 879-900
A key element of the Doha Round of trade negotiations is liberalisation of trade in industrial products, commonly known as non-agricultural market access (NAMA). These negotiations are important for developing countries as these will determine the market access opportunities through which they can improve their growth prospects. This paper examines the key issues of NAMA from the South Asian perspective, outlines a negotiating strategy for increased market access, and spells out some policy implications.
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