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Agreements on basic products: achievement and restrictions. The cases of coffee, cocoa, and sugar

, : Agreements on basic products: achievement and restrictions. The cases of coffee, cocoa, and sugar. Problemas del Desarrollo 12(47/48): 105-149

Different types of trade agreements and treaties established by Third World countries in defence of their basic exports are analyzed, with special reference to coffee, cocoa and sugar.

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