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the world trade system: how it works and what’s wrong with it

Friends of the Earth International, August 2003: This report offers a deep analysis of the current drive to liberalise trade promotes inequality, is undemocratic, and degrades the environment, social structures and cultural diversity. Critically, the underlying principles on which the free trade system is based are fundamentally flawed. The present trading system promotes the free movement of goods, services and capital as a goal in itself, rather than ensuring that such international trade promotes sustainable and equitable development.

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