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An African awakening in US upland cotton-lessons from LDCs. IN: WTO dispute settlement :   an African perspective /    London :   Cameron May,   2008. Shelf no. DH 382.92 WTO

Baffes, John. How Africa missed the cotton revolution. IN: African agricultural reforms :   the role of consensus and institutions. Washington, D.C. :   World Bank,   2012. Shelf no. BA 338.16 AFRI

Balat, Jorge F. and Guido G. Porto. The WTO Doha Round, cotton sector dynamics and poverty trends in Zambia. IN: Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (Johannesburg, South Africa)    Seminar :   putting development back into the Doha Agenda : implications for Sub-Saharan Africa /    [Johannesburg? :   Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies?],   2005. Shelf no. G 68 E.TRAD.05.SEMI

Case study 3: Cotton and the LDCs: the litmus test? IN: Hawthorne, Helen, 1968-    Least developed countries and the WTO :   special treatment in trade.    Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire :   Palgrave Macmillan,   2013. Shelf no. 382.92091724 HAWT

Hanging by a thread :   cotton, globalization, and poverty in Africa.   Athens, Ohio :   Ohio University Press ;   Uppsala :   Nordic Africa Institute,   c2008.  Shelf no. 338.17351096 HANG, BA 338.17351 HANG

Larsen, Marianne Nylandsted. The global cotton market and cotton sector reforms in Sub-Saharan Africa. IN: Globalization and restructuring of African commodity flows.    Uppsala :   Nordiska Afrikainstitutet,   2008. Shelf nos. 338.96 GLOB, BA 338.96 GLOB

Machemedze, Rangarirai.    Impact of Economic Partnership Agreements on livelihoods in Southern Africa :   sugar, grapes, cotton.    Stockholm :   Africa Groups of Sweden,   2011. Shelf no. BAP 382.0968 MACH

The political economy of garments, especially cotton ; The case of West Africa. IN: Kütting, Gabriela, 1967-    Globalization and the environment :   greening global political economy /    Albany :   State University of New York Press,   c2004. Shelf no. 338.927 KUTT

Poverty and Cotton in the Doha Development Agenda. IN: Trade, poverty, development :   getting beyond the WTO's Doha deadlock.    Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York, NY :   Routledge,   2013. Shelf no. 382.92 TRAD

Primack, David. Addressing global cotton subsidies : uprooting the seeds of poverty, pages 111-154. IN: After Hong Kong :   some key trade issues for developing countries /    London :   Commonwealth Secretariat ;   New Delhi :   Academic Foundation,   c2007. Shelf no. G 41 E.SECR.07.AFTE

Sneyd, Adam, 1978-    Governing cotton :   globalization and poverty in Africa.    Basingstoke ;   New York :   Palgrave Macmillan,   2011. Shelf nos. 338.17351096 SNEY, BA 338.17351 SNEY

Schnepf, Randy. U.S. agricultural policy response to WTO cotton decision. IN: Globalization policies and issues.  New York :   Nova Science Publishers,   c2011. Shelf no. 337 GLOB

Shahin, Magda. The cotton initiative, pages 41-61. IN: Developing countries and the WTO :   policy approaches. Tokyo :   United Nations University Press,   c2008. Shelf nos. 382.92091724 DEVE, G 494 E.UNUN.08.DEVE

World Trade Organization. Sub-Committee on Cotton.    Proposed elements of modalities in connection with the sectoral initiative in favour of cotton :   communication from the African Group /    [Geneva :   World Trade Organization,   2005]. 4 leaves. Shelf no. G 494 E.WTO.05.PROP