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The transformation of world trade - Carnegie Endowment for ...

The transformation of world trade - Carnegie Endowment for ...

The transformation of world trade - Carnegie Endowment for

The Transformation of World Trade Uri Dadush and Shimelse Ali Summary February 2010 • Developing countries are growing rapidly, and long-term projections suggest that their rising economic weight will transform world trade. This phenomenon is characterized by three trends in developing countries: the diversification of exports into a wide range of manufactures, the emergence of a large Global Middle and Rich (GMR) class, and increased financial integration. • As wages, education levels, and ratios of capital to labor in the most successful developing countries rise closer to those of advanced economies and faster than those in the less successful ones, existing patterns of comparative advantage will be redrawn. • The transformation of world trade will present new challenges and opportunities. In order to reap the new opportunities, the poorest and most commodity-dependent countries will need to make sustained efforts to improve their business climates. Advanced countries will also have to retain their edge in innovation and product differentiation. • While domestic reforms are key, international rules will have to be strengthened to make trade more open and predictable.

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