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The multilateral trade system rests on the principle of nondiscrimination.
Unilateral trade preferences granted by developed countries can help
beneficiary countries but can create tensions between 'preferred' developing
countries—typically beneficiaries from pre-existing colonial regimes—and other
developing countries. There is also concern about the potential erosion of
these preferences through trade liberalization in the importing countries, an
issue that has been important in the current negotiations under the Doha
Development Agenda of the World Trade Organization. 'Trade Preference Erosion'
provides the information needed to make informed assessments of the benefits of
trade preferences for developing countries, the risks associated with the
erosion of these benefits, and policy options for dealing with these problems.
The authors provide detailed analyses of specific preference programs and
undertake cross-country, disaggregated analyses of the impact of preferences at
the product level. Understanding the likely impacts of these programs and how
those impacts are distributed is a precondition for formulating appropriate
policy responses. The authors argue that such responses need to go beyond trade
policies and need to include a focus on enhancing the competitiveness and
supply-side capacity of developing countries. This book is a useful and
informative guide for policy makers, non-governmental organizations, and others
who wish to better understand the debate on the magnitude and impact of