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Industrial R and D in Developing Countries and Dunkel Draft

Industrial R and D in Developing Countries and Dunkel Draft Nirmal K Chandra Instead of a 'level playing field', the Dunkel Draft puts special hurdles for developing countries trying to enter technology-intensive sectors. The restrictions on industrial R and D will be particularly harmful to those developing countries that have a significant presence or potential in technology-intensive sectors and, for the very same reason, will reinforce the global oligopolistic power of the transnational corporations in the rich countries, to the detriment of consumers everywhere.

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