Increased globalization and widespread trade liberalization in developing countries since the 1980s has inspired considerable debate on the impact of globalization in general, and trade liberalization in particular, on growth, incomes and poverty. This chapter provides an overview of the issues and evidence in a selective literature review. After considering why trade is important and arguments for and against protection in the remainder of this section, we focus on three issues.
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Just a few years ago, smart watches such as those made by Sony and Pebble were very limited in their functionality, battery life and technical specifications. When Project Glass was announced in 2012, it was seen as a revolutionary technology. It was wearable computing to the next level.
The SBP also set a cut off yield of 11.6 percent on the five year PIB, down from12.5 percent in the last auction on September 18. For the three year bond, the cut off yield was set at 11.8 percent. The central bank sold Rs40.677 billion, Rs30.312 billion and Rs30.924 billion worth of three , five and 10 year papers respectively..
These 1940s ads for Julep cigarettes claim they fight “symptoms of over smoking” such as throat burn and tobacco breath. “Even if you’re a chain smoker, your mouth feels clean, refreshed at end of day,” the copy reads.The myth that menthols are a healthier cigarette persisted long after health claims began to disappear from cigarette ads in the 1950s.Kool cigarettes debuted in 1933, and until 1960 the brand’s ads featured a smoking cartoon penguin named “Willie.” To convey the “refreshing” sensation of Kools, Willie was shown enjoying winter pursuits such as skating, skiing, and sledding.When the maker of Kools, Brown Williamson, sought to bring Willie out of retirement in the early 1990s, public health officials attacked it as an attempt to catch the eye of children. “The use of themes in tobacco advertising that appeal to young people is disgraceful,” the Surgeon General said at the time.In 1970, Philip Morris launched a wintergreen infused brand, New Leaf, along with an ad campaign highlighting the “tingle” the cigarettes were said to give smokers.Market research from a test run in Atlanta suggested that the brand was more popular among blacks than among whites.