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Introduction by Raed Safadi Part I. Globalization and MENA: Past, Present, and Future 1. Globalization in MENA: A Long Term Perspective TG. Srinivasan 2. Globalization, Growth, and Poverty Reduction in the Middle East and North Africa, 1970-1999 John Page and Linda Van Gelder 3. Global Links to Regional Networks: Trade Logistics in MENA Countries Julia Devlin and Peter Yee Part II. MENA and Doha: More Than Just a Symbolic Coincidence? 4. The Post-Doha Agenda: Issues and Implications for the MENA Region Dipak Dasgupta, Mustapha Kamel Nabli, ITG. Srinivasan, Aristomene Varoudakis 5. Doha: Does the DDA Reverse the ADD? Sam Laird 6. Building Trade Capacity: The Broader Agenda Raed Safadi Part III. MENA and the Global Economy: Some Sectoral Concerns 7. Audiovisual Services Issues for the MENA Region Mina Mashayekhi 8. The Emerging International Financial Architecture and Its Implications for Domestic Financial Architecture Rohinton Medhora and Jose Maria FanelliLibrary of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Middle East Commerce, Africa, North Commerce Congresses, Middle East Commercial policy Congresses, Africa, North Commercial policy Congresses, Middle East Commercial treaties Congresses, Africa, North Commercial treaties Congresses