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INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KHARAGPUR
International Trade and Economic Development
Swapnil S. Bagmar
Development Economics term paper (Spring 2007-08)
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER -I- INTRODUCTION 3
CHAPTER -II- LITERATURE REVIEW 2
1.0 Globalisation and Economic development 2
1.1 GLOBALISATION 3
1.2 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 11
CHAPTER –III- ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION ON CAMEROON’S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 17
1.0 Impact o
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