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U.S. Trade with Developing Countries: Policy, Programs and Trends
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Editors: Kalan R. Geisler
Book Description:
This book focuses on U.S. trade building with developing countries; a heterogeneous group of low and middle-income countries that have become an increasingly significant factor in U.S. trade flows and trade policy over the last two or more decades. The growth of developing countries' economies and foreign trade presents the United States with opportunities and challenges. The imports from many developing economies provide U.S. consumers with an ever widening range of choices of products at lower prices, raising real incomes and contributing to a higher U.S. standard of living. A number of the developing countries have also become robust markets for U.S. exports because of rapid economic growth and trade liberalization. This book describes trade with developing countries, which also raises a set of virtually unique issues regarding labor rights, environment protection and intellectual property rights that have become fixtures on the U.S. trade agenda. This book also describes trade capacity building and discusses the history of Trade Capacity Building (TCB)in foreign assistance. There is also a discussion of legislation affecting TCB, including appropriations and legislative restrictions on foreign assistance.

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. U.S. Trade with Developing Countries: Trends, Prospects, and Policy Implications, pp. 1-17
(William H. Cooper)

Chapter 2. U.S. Trade and Investment Relationship with Sub-Saharan Africa: The African Growth and Opportunity Act and Beyond, pp. 19-45
(Danielle Langton)

Chapter 3. Millennium Challenge Account, pp. 47-74
(Curt Tarnoff)

Chapter 4. World Trade Organization Negotiations: The Doha Development Agenda, pp. 75-95
(Ian F. Fergusson)

Chapter 5. Trade Promotion Authority (TPA): Issues, Options and Prospects for Renewal, pp. 97-119
(J.F. Hornbeck and William H. Cooper)

Chapter 6. Trade Capacity Building: Foreign Assistance for Trade and Development, pp. 121-148
(Danielle Langton)

Chapter 7. U.S. Trade Preference Programs Provide Important Benefits, but a More Integrated Approach Would Better Ensure Programs Meet Shared Goals, pp. 149-219

Chapter 8. International Trade: The United States Needs an Integrated Approach to Trade Preference Programs, pp. 221-232


      Monetary, Fiscal and Trade Policies
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   ISBN: 978-1-60741-122-2
   Status: AV
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PP Page Proofs
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EP Editorial Production
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AP At Press
AV Available
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