World Trade after the Uruguay Round: Prospects and Policy Options for the Twenty-First Century

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a
ACP (African, Caribbean and Pacific) states: agricultural products 90;
and European Union 53-4, 90-2, 100-1;
Generalised System of Preferences 92-3;
Lomé Convention;
most favoured nation status 92;
Multifibre Arrangement 96;
non-EU markets 98;
preference erosion 94-5;
Uruguay Round 6-7, 82, 93-9;
World Trade Organization 99-101
Adamy, W. 123
Africa: CITES 137;
diversification 48;
European Union 85;
food prices 5;
preference erosion 94-5;
sub-Saharan 85, 86, 99-100;
trade growth 27;
Uruguay Round 82;
see also ACP states
Agarwal, J. 93
agricultural products: ACP states 90;
Central and Eastern Europe 159-62, 168;
OECD 64, 66;
tariffication 56, 85-6
agriculture: Aggregate Measurement of Support 40, 80, 161;
developing countries 83-4;
domestic support 40, 80;
European Union 66;
exports 95-6, 178;
least developed countries 40, 41;
market access 40;
non-tariff barriers 39;
protectionism 78;
subsidies 40-1, 57, 161;
tariffs 56, 78, 79, 85-6;
Uruguay Road 77-81, 83-4;
USA 67
agriculture, temperate 5, 77-8, 82-3, 85-6
America, North 24, 25, 26, 32;
see also Canada;
NAFTA;
USA
anti-dumping 22, 43-4, 61, 76, 84, 98, 109, 115, 129
anti-subsidy measures 61
anti-surge devices 79
APEC Pacific Rim group 98
ASEAN Free Trade Area 24, 25
Asia: diversification 48-9;
European Union 91-2;
FDI 32;
regionalism, 24-6;
Uruguay Round 82

b
Baldwin, R.E. 20
Balladur, E. 120
banana dispute 99
Basel Convention 137
Benedickson, J. 140
Berne Convention 42, 117
Bhagwati, J. 25, 27
Blair House compromise 56-7
Borrmann, A. 24
Brand, D. 125
brand-names 62
Brander, J.A. 127

c
Cairns group 178
Canada, protectionism 56
car industry 55
Caribbean 6-7, 94-5;
see also ACP states
Caribbean Basin Initiative 98, 121
CEEC: see Central and Eastern Europe
CEFTA countries 168
Central and Eastern Europe: agricultural goods 159-62, 168;
Association Agreement 167-9;
CMEA 10, 155, 157, 167;
and European Union 10-11, 15, 165-71;
and GATT 10-11, 157-65, 171 (n2);
investment 170;
market access 158-60;
market protection 162-3;
modernisation gap 169-70;
and OECD 53-4, 165;
tariffs 158-60, 163;
trade changes 27, 156-7, 166;
welfare gains 164;
world trade 155-6, 163-5

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