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A Turning Point on Trade?

October 6, 2011

Jeffrey J. Schott sees the expected approval of the Korea, Colombia, and Panama trade agreements as a boost to the economy and a harbinger of more trade discussions.





RELATED PUBLICATIONS

Paper: The Doha Dilemma: Implications for Korea and the Multilateral Trading System [pdf] Paper prepared for the KITA-PIIE International Conference, held on September 26, 2011 in Seoul, South Korea
September 26, 2011

Article: Why the Korea–United States Free Trade Agreement Is a Big Deal [pdf] Article in SERI Quarterly
July 2011


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