TITLE

DÜNYA TİCARET ÖRGÜTÜ'NÜN YÖNLENDİRDİĞİ DÜNYA İKTİSAT DÜZENİ VE TÜRKİYE'DE TEKSTİL SEKTÖRÜ AÇISINDAN BİR İNCELEME

AUTHOR(S)
MERMOD, Ashı YÜKSEL
PUB. DATE
December 2010
SOURCE
Marmara University Journal of the Faculty of Economic & Administ;Dec2010, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p341
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The process of globalization and Liberalization could entail risks of instability for weaker economies. Not all developing countries are equally successfu1 in benefiting from improved market access. WTO(World Trade Organization)is the outcome of a systematical planning structured step by step for mor e than half a century. WTO has the power to set up rules for the world economy and perform its own specific judgment and enforcement system. With its precise construction, this organization can be considered as one of the leading actors in the world economy. Despite all these efforts, today's world economic structure is far beyond fully liberalization of the merchandise movements and real competition. Leading economic powers try to find outrageous innovative methods to loosen the rules they signed under and to discover some 'grey areas' (not forbidden red or free green areas) to make some tricks to build the mechanism more complicated for their own good. WTO's antidumping mechanism was built on a erroneous design.This mechanism is not fighting against the reasons of antidumping. Antidumping has become the industrial countries major safeguard instrument, and is gaining increasing popularity among developed countries and destroying the peaceful environment in global markets. Because of these reasons, globalization will not be beneficial for all countries but only for those who can rebuild their internal dynamics according to the new settlement. Therefore there will be a large number of loser countries besides the winners in the global system.This study discusses the general structure and principles of WTO focusing on the tekstile sector, and addresses the peculiar topics that may effect negatively Turkish tekstile industry.
ACCESSION #
59782938

 

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