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Inefficient markets

The outlook for the Doha round may not be as bad as it looks; why a dreary North sea gas pipeline is at the centre of things; and Gordon's productivity problem
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Free trade fallacy II

Last month, Michael Lind argued that free-trade globalism locks in rich-world advantage and kicks away the ladder. He is wrong
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Listening banks

The IMF and the World Bank are lending institutions; they cannot be run by their borrowers. But they can listen more to poor countries
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Rich hypocrites

Oxfam has brilliantly exposed the EU as the worst of trade hypocrites; but it's a pity it still misreads the WTO
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Against globaphobia

Free trade is good for the rich, and better still for the poor. Why does the WTO come under attack from Greens and development lobbyists?
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