Global Trade by Greg Buckman

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This details what is happening in global trade politics and how development NGOs, think-tanks and others critical of globalization are responding to it. The author argues that trade is the main policy area where there is least agreement among the critics of the WTO and the Western interests it protects. Yet by not articulating consistent or credible alternatives to that dominant agenda, they are missing a great opportunity. Buckman argues for three broad campaigning demands that can be agreed on: fairer trade policies and practices; more trade cooperation among poor countries; and greater localization of production in all countries.


About Greg Buckman

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Greg Buckman is former national finance manager for The Wilderness Society of Australia.
Published April 4, 2013 by Zed Books. 192 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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