Increased participation in world trade is typically seen as the key to rapid economic growth and development. Since this work examines trade and development from the point of view of developing countries, it provides a rare opportunity to understand - and benefit from - the perspectives of the developing world. Developing nations comprise two-thirds of the membership of the World Trade Organization (WTO) so a work produced by an array of experts from those countries provides an important window on the intersection of trade and development. Since many of the topics covered in the work describe on-going progress in the WTO's qdevelopmentq or Doha Round, the book also helps readers to understand the context, issues and results of this important round of international trade negotiations.The Turkish Maritime Organization (TDI) owns twenty ports all around Turkey. ... excess profits within TCCD suggests pervasive overcharging by the Port Authorities, or inadequate depreciation and maintenance schedules, or maybe both.
|Title||:||Economic Development Through World Trade|