Malaysia and Trade Policy
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- The BLDS trade collection
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- Trade unions and labour laws around the world
- Baker and McKenzie, 2010
- This book looks at the current state of works councils and trade unions for 33 countries around the world. Topics include: collective bargaining unfair labour practices trade union employee protections rights employee coll...
- Interplay and linkages in the relevance of Malaysia’s strategic approach to food security
- L.C.Y. Wong / Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia, 2009
- High food prices from 2007 through mid-2008 spawned serious implications for food security, macroeconomic stability and even political stability in many countries, especially developing ones. Subsequently, the unfolding global financial cri...
- Cost and benefits of proposed FTA
- Third World Network, 2007
- It is generally recognised that bilateral agreements, especially between a developing and a developed country, are not the best option and that multilateral negotiations and agreements are preferable. This paper therefore deals with the Fr...
- Taking advantage of the flexible measures permitted by the TRIPS Agreement
- M. Khor / Third World Network, 2007
- Patents can affect the access of patients (especially the poor) to medicines. The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) also affects the space available to developing country Members of WTO to formulate ...
- Local firms lead R&D in automotive part firms in East Asia
- R. Rasiah / Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, 2007
- This paper examines the differences in research and development (R&D) and export intensities between foreign and local automotive parts firms in China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Taiwan. The author finds that foreign own...
- How the Malaysian government makes access to antiretroviral drugs affordable
- C.Y. Ling, / Third World Network, 2006
- Currently the Malaysian government has a policy that encourages domestic manufacturing of non-patented antiretroviral drugs. This paper argues that the case of Malaysia illustrates that access to affordable antiretroviral drugs can become a...
- How did successful developing countries intervene in agricultural trade to support industrialisation and economic growth?
- M. Stockbridge / Oxfam, 2006
- Post-1945, many developing countries used intervention in agricultural trade to ensure food security, redistribute wealth and promote economic development. However current international trade negotiations and loan conditionalities emphasise...
- What are the positions of WTO members on NAMA?
- South Centre, 2006
- This note presents, in a schematic form, the negotiating positions of selected WTO Members or Groups of Members, with particular focus on Non- Agricultural Market Access (NAMA). The Members or Groups of Members selcted are:United StatesEuro...
- How can the legal framework in Malaysia limit or facilitate the inflows of foreign direct investment?
- A. Rajenthran / Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2002
- Among the Southeast Asian countries, Malaysia has keenly attracted Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). In this respect, it has constantly striven to maintain the competitiveness of FDI determinants, including the legal infrastructure. Today, M...
- Deepening the benefits of regional economic integration and cooperation for human development in Southeast Asia
- Human Development Report Office, UNDP, 2004
- This report links the concepts of human development, regional economic integration and regional cooperation. It argues that the high level of disparity among countries within South East Asia can be attributed to variations in human resourc...