Chapter III: The case for multilateral trade agreements versus preferential agreements and special dispensations for developing countries
Chapter 3 addresses the case for multilateral trade agreements where all the signatories agreed to trade with each other and a common set of ground rules, versus preferential or regional trade agreements which by definition treat members more favourably than nonmembers, and versus the case for special dispensations from common trade rules in the case of developing countries.
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