International Trade: New Patterns of Trade, Production & Investment

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Abbreviations

ACP

African, Caribbean and Pacific countries

AFTA

ASEAN Free Trade Area

AMS

Aggregate Measure of Support

ANZCERTA

Australian and New Zealand Closer Economic Relations and Trade Agreement

APEC

Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation

ASEAN

Association of South East Asian Nations

CACM

Central American Common Market

CAP

Common Agricultural Policy

CET

Common External Tariff

CIS (C15)

Commonwealth of Independent States

CMEA

Council for Mutual Economic Assistance

COMECON

See CMEA

CU

Customs Union

DSB

Dispute Settlements Body

DME

Developed Market Economy

EC

European Community

ECSC

European Coal and Steel Community

EEA

European Economic Area

EEC

European Economic Community

EFTA

European Free Trade Area

EMS

European Monetary System

EMU

European Monetary Union or Economic and Monetary Union

EPZ

Export Processing Zone

FDI

Foreign Direct Investment

FTA

Free Trade Area

CATS

General Agreement on Services

GATT

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

GDP

Gross Domestic Product

GNE

Gross National Expenditure

GNP

Gross National Product

GSP

Generalised System of Preferences

G5

Group of Five

G7

Group of Seven

IMF

International Monetary Fund

LAFTA

Latin American Free Trade Association

LDC

Least Developed Country

LTA

Long-Term Cotton Textile Arrangement

MFA

Multi-Fibre Arrangement

MFN

Most Favoured Nation

MITI

Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Japan)

MNC

Multinational Company or Corporation

MNE

Multinational Enterprise

NAFTA

North American Free Trade Area

NEC

Newly Exporting Country

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