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World Trade Bulletin

Gavin McFarlane of Temple Chambers Cardiff explores recent developments on the world trade front
A continual theme of speeches made by political leaders in the United Kingdom and in most other countries of the West is that we live in an age of globalism. Generally these remarks are made in the context of behaviour on the part of their citizens which they wish to alter or improve the subtext being that if these steps are not taken somehow we will fail to be competitive in this new globalised environment and that we and our descendants will suffer materially as a result. It was for example noticeable during the recent party conference season in Britain that the new age of globalisation was taken as read by the leadership of all three...

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