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Trade Liberalization play a key in the economic performance of the selected developing countries, though it tends to deteriorate the environmental qualities in these countries. Most developing countries rely on agricultural sector in growing their economy, limited restrictions in trade between nations usually result to exploitation of natural resources. But due to weak environmental policy in these countries, externality in production and consumption are not value at the market place. In additions, most developing countries becomes a pollution heaven for heavily polluted industries from developed countries. However, fair trade is possible if monitoring and regulatory agents are put in place not just by individual countries but host countries under bilateral or multilateral trade arrangements. von Thalut, Nashipu
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Nashipu Thalut attended Presbyterian High School Kumba in Cameroon. He holds a BSc. in Economics from the University of Yaoundé 2, Soa Cameroon, Master of Economics from IIU Malaysia. He also holds a postgraduate Secondary School Teacher Diploma in Economics from the University of Bamende where he is currently pursuing a PhD in Economics.