Thursday, May 10, 2001

Globalization helps the poor Samuel Brittan makes the case that only just recently has the world economy staggered back to where it was in 1913 in terms of open trading, but that most of the benefits of further liberalization will go to poor, third world countries. In particular, they should be allowed to sell their agriculture to the rich world.


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