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Export Performance of some Developing Asian Countries
|Title:||Export Performance of some Developing Asian Countries|
|Issue Date:||15 Jan 2014|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||In 1964, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development convened to examine the prevailing trends in international trade and aid, and the consequences on the growth objectives for developing countries. Among the important issues raised by UNCTAD were as follows: 1) the trend towards external imbalance in the developing countries as a result of the disparity between the slow rate of growth of primary exports and the increasing demand for industry imports necessary for industrialization; 2) the need to expand the export of manufactures from developing countries, 3) the advantages of some form of regional cooperation; 4) a resolution calling for the establishment of a system of generalized non-reciprocal and non-discrimination trade preferences for the benefit of developing countries.|
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