Regional integration agreements : a force for convergence or divergence? / Anthony J. Venables Venables, Anthony

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Venables, Anthony
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Comparative advantage (International trade); Developing countries - Foreign economic relations.; Free trade - Developing countries.
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"Developing countries may be better served by "north-south" than by "south-south" free trade agreements. Free trade agreements between low-income countries tend to lead to divergence in member country incomes, while agreements between high-income countries tend to lead to convergence"--Cover.
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http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/258366
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258366

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