Commentaries

J. P. Singh - Communication, Culture and Technology Program, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.I. The problem in context     

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1.    Having met in order to conclude the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations, representatives of the governments and of the European Communities, members of the Trade Negotiations Committee, agree that the Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization (referred to in this Final Act as the "WTO Agreement"), the Ministerial Declarations and Decisions, and the Understanding on Commitments in Financial Services, as annexed hereto, embody the results of their negotiations and form an integral part of this Final Act.

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Amir Muhammed and Wajid H. Pirzada* I. The problem in context    

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Lim Chze Cheen* As Malaysia begins to position itself strategically in the knowledge-based economy, the services sector has been earmarked as its next engine of growth. This idea, in its rudimentary form at least, has been bounced around the discussion circles of policy-makers, policy scholars and various other intellectuals involved in influencing national policy for more than a decade now. Indeed, the importance of the services sector to further Malaysia’s economic growth has been increasingly highlighted in the country’s various development plans.

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Junsok Yang* I. The problem in context    

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B. Bhattarcharyya* This case study deals with the way in which the Indian shrimp industry responded when faced with an anti-dumping action in the United States. It also indicates the potential impact of the anti-dumping action on the fragmented, small-producers-dominated industry. I. The case history   

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John Breckenridge* * Independent consultant based in Geneva, Switzerland. I. The problem    Setting the scene

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