O mało dyskryminacyjnych konsekwencjach preferencyjnych porozumień handlowych
NON-DISCRIMINATORY EFFECTS OF PREFERENTIAL TRADE AGREEMENTS
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Preferential trade agreements have become an important element of the world trade system. They are frequently regarded as a source of discrimination against non-member countries. However, many empirical studies suggest that this view is unjustified. The present paper indicates reasons for this state of affairs. The author explains why the preferential nature (and, hence, discrimination) of trade agreements is much lesser than it can be inferred from the theory.
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