The 1954 Chevrolet

Официальный рекламный проспект, посвященный автомобилям Chevrolet 1954 модельного года: Chevrolet Bel Air, Chevrolet 210, Chevrolet one hundred fifty.

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2000. “Implementation of Uruguay Round Commitments: The Development Challenge” World Economy (23): 511–26. Fink, Carsten, and Patrick Reichenmiller. 2005. S. ” Trade Note 20. Development Research Group, World Bank, Washington, DC. Hoekman, Bernard, and Richard S. Newfarmer. 2003. ” Trade Note 13. Development Research Group, World Bank, Washington, DC. International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. 2005. ” Paper presented to the Development Committee, September 25, Washington, DC. Kasteng, Jonas, Arne Karlsson, and Carina Lindberg.

18 Scenario 1 Ag only Source: Authors’ simulations using World Bank Linkage model. High-income Developing Middle-income Low-income World Country group b. 3 a. Dollar change (in billions of 2001 dollars) compared to baseline scenario Table 1. 3 DOHA POLICIES 45 TRADE, DOHA, AND DEVELOPMENT: A WINDOW INTO THE ISSUES Table 2. Regional and sectoral source of gains from full liberalization of global merchandise trade, developing and high-income countries, 2015 Change in real income in 2015 relative to the baseline scenario Gains by region (US$ billions) Developing High-income World Developing countries liberalize: Agriculture and food 28 19 47 Textile and wearing apparel 9 14 23 Other merchandise 6 52 58 All sectors 43 85 128 High-income countries liberalize: Agriculture and food 26 109 135 Textile and wearing apparel 13 2 15 Other merchandise 4 5 9 All sectors 43 116 159 All countries liberalize: Agriculture and food 54 128 182 Textile and wearing apparel 22 16 38 Other merchandise 10 57 67 All sectors 86 201 287 Share of global gain (percent) Developing High-income World Developing countries liberalize: Agriculture and food 33 9 17 Textile and wearing apparel 10 7 8 Other merchandise 7 26 20 All sectors 50 42 45 High-income countries liberalize: Agriculture and food 30 54 47 Textile and wearing apparel 15 1 5 Other merchandise 3 2 3 All sectors 50 57 55 All countries liberalize: Agriculture and food 63 64 63 Textile and wearing apparel 25 8 14 Other merchandise 12 28 23 All sectors 100 100 100 Note: Small interaction effects are distributed proportionately and numbers are rounded to sum to 100 percent.

Finger, J. , and P. Schuler. 2000. “Implementation of Uruguay Round Commitments: The Development Challenge” World Economy (23): 511–26. Fink, Carsten, and Patrick Reichenmiller. 2005. S. ” Trade Note 20. Development Research Group, World Bank, Washington, DC. Hoekman, Bernard, and Richard S. Newfarmer. 2003. ” Trade Note 13. Development Research Group, World Bank, Washington, DC. International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. 2005. ” Paper presented to the Development Committee, September 25, Washington, DC.

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