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Russian trade policy reform for WTO accession / ed. Harry G. Broadman

Secondary Author Broadman, Harry G. Corporate Author (Secondary) World Bank Country Estados Unidos. Publication Washington : World Bank, cop. 1999 Description VI, 88 p. : il. gráficos ; 28 cm Series World Bank discussion paper , 401) ISBN 0-8213-4406-4 CDU 339.5(47)
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Russia has manifested considerable interest in accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO). This volume contains four policy papers that focus on the most prominent topics during the ongoing WTO accession process: 1. the dispersion of Russia's tariff structure; 2. trade and investment in the service sectors; 3. the treatment of state trading enterprises; and 4. the policy regime governing foreign direct investment. Bringing the Russian Federation into the rules-based WTO system is an objective broadly shared by the world community. Accession to the WTO comes at a critical juncture for the Russian government to focus on many important policy issues to stimulate growth. As part of the process of making liberalization commitments, as required by the existing members of the WTO, accession provides an opportunity to lock in reforms.

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