By this, all forms of unfair trade agreements that have only taken advantage of third world economies will be exposed. The rationale for such a spiral and holistic approach is that Martin, Marchetti and Lim (2007) criticised existing approaches to economic growth in third world economies as being haphazard and lacking systematic plan that recognises barriers that must be overcome before growth can be achieved.The proposed study will be conducted in a manner that departs from existing literature so as to make the topic different from others. The study will therefore seek to bridge two major gaps in literature. These two are answering the questions of “why” and “how”. Throughout literature, one major trend that has been found is that most researchers seek to find out “what” preferential trade agreement is and “what” has been done with it since the 1940s. What is particularly missing is the question of why what has been done has been done and why most third world economies have been marginalised according WTO database (Schropp, 2010). Based on the research questions set, the study will delve into why third world economies have not taken maximum benefit of PTAs in creating regional integration. The researcher posits that it is only when the causes of the problem are known that the best solutions can be found. Secondly, the study will focus on how PTA can best be used among third world economies and how best third world economies can better liaise with developed economies to ensure fairness in trade pacts.The study will be conducted after the qualitative research approach. This means that the. Preferential Trade Agreement and Third World Economies.
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