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The future of the WTO
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  1. [+] Issues of the 1980s
    = 9 Years, 22 Issues, 465 Articles
    1. [+] Issues of the 1990s
      = 10 Years, 28 Issues, 420 Articles
      1. [–] Issues of the 2000s
        = 1 Year, 1 Issue, 12 Articles
        1. [–] Issues of 2000
          = 1 Issue, 12 Articles
          1. [–] July 2000 Issue
            = 12 Articles
            1. Introduction by Daniel T. Griswold, pp. 345-350 - PDF
            2. Do We Need the WTO? by Douglas A. Irwin, pp. 351-358 - PDF
            3. Free Trade from the Bottom Up by Brink Lindsey, pp. 359-370 - PDF
            4. The Limited but Important Role of the WTO by William H. Lash III, pp. 371-378 - PDF
            5. Prospects for New WTO Trade Negotiations by Jeffrey J. Schott, pp. 379-384 - PDF
            6. The Elusive Goal of Agricultural Trade Reform by Kym Anderson and Paul Morris, pp. 385-396 - PDF
            7. Liberalizing Trade in Services by J. Robert Vastine, pp. 397-402 - PDF
            8. Developing Country Trade Policy Reform and the WTO by Razeen Sally, pp. 403-424 - PDF
            9. The WTO's Special Burden on Less Developed Countries by J. Michael Finger, pp. 425-438 - PDF
            10. Speaking about Trade to the Open-Minded Skeptic by Russell Roberts, pp. 439-448 - PDF
            11. The Trade Debate's Unlevel Playing Field by Ronald A. Cass, pp. 449-458 - PDF
            12. Building on the WTO's Success by William A. Niskanen, pp. 459-467 - PDF
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