Iraq and Trade Policy
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- The BLDS trade collection
Search for the latest trade-related print documents on this country from the British Library for Development Studies collection
- Would Syria’s agricultural sector benefit from an east-Mediterranean common market?
- M. Babili / AgEcon Search, 2013
- The series of recent economic sanctions against Syria imposed by several countries and blocs sparkled the idea of a regional common market that comprises Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. This paper looks into the actual possibility of e...
- Liberalisation will not cut poverty in Near East and North Africa
- N. Minot; M. Chemingui; M. Thomas / International Fund for Agricultural Development, 2007
- Some argue that free trade is good for poverty reduction. This report examines the impact of trade liberalisation on small farmers and other poor households in the Near East and North Africa (NENA) region. It combines a comprehensive ...
- Why the official projections underestimate cost of Iraq war
- C. Kaysen; M. Miller; M. Malin; W. Nordhaus; J. Steinbruner / American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2002
- Starting from the premises that this paper does not and cannot either measure the extent to which military action today may reduce the threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction in the future or estimate the increase or decrease in r...
- Humanitarian and economic impacts of a war in Iraq
- Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq, 2003
- Collection of reports plus CASI's own analysis of the impacts of a war in Iraq. The site includes copies of UN documents projecting the impacts of a war in the region: Likely Humanitarian Scenarios (December 2002...