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AN EXPLORATION OF THE NEED FOR AND COST OF SELECTED TRADE FACILITATION MEASURES IN ASIA AND THE PACIFIC IN THE CONTEXT OF THE WTO NEGOTIATIONS

By Yann Duval

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This book explores the need for and cost of selected trade facilitation measures in Asia and the PacificTrade facilitation, GATT, Asia Pacific, WTO, negotiation

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