More than a year after protests at the World Trade Organization talks in Seattle, Washington, a peculiar meld of extreme leftists and rightists, trade unionists, radical environmentalists and some self-appointed representatives of civil society still insists on saving the poor people of developing countries from ...development. This alliance opposes globalization, in particular the trend toward liberalization of trade and investment.
The common ground of this globaphobic grouping is protectionism, often targeted against developing countries. Few things are as inimical to the progress of poor people of developing countries as protectionism. To overcome backwardness, two elements are integral: producing for export markets and opening to the influx of foreign goods, investment and technology.
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