Regionalization and Globalization in the Modern World Economy: Perspectives on the Third World and Transitional Economies

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INDEX

a
Abuja Treaty (1991) 142
Acquis Communautaire60
AFL-CIO 278, 279
Africa 19-21;
Sub-Saharan 128-43
African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries 138, 139, 141, 166
African Economic Community (AEC) 129, 131, 137, 142-8
AFTA 17, 44-5, 138, 307-26, 330, 340, 349-52
agriculture 59, 79-80, 195-6, 197, 206;
CAP 14, 60, 149, 156, 161, 165, 235
Akbulut, Yldirim 185
Algemene Bank Marokko 212
Allende government 261
‘Alliance of Four’ 72
Amin, Idi 131
Amnesty International 219
Amsterdam Summit 60, 169-70
Arab Bank Morocco 212
Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development 204
Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) 20, 132, 136, 193-4, 213, 215-17, 221, 223
Argentina (regional integration) 230-49
ASEAN 16, 35, 37, 42-3, 88-9, 130, 230;
AFTA 17, 44-5, 138, 307-26, 330, 340, 349-52
Asia-Europe (Turkey’s role) 172-91
Asia Pacific region 8-9, 15-18
Asian-Pacific Economic Cooperation 15, 17-18, 48, 254, 275-6, 330, 352
Asian Development Bank 42, 332, 343
Asian Free Trade Area see AFTA
Asian model 34-8
asset distribution (Russian-style) 104-7
associative regionalism 67-73
Atatürk, Kamal 176-7, 190
Austrian model 73
Authentic Labour Front (Mexico) 282
Aylwin government 48, 260, 262
Azerbaijani Oil Consortium 189-90

b
Baltic Free Trade Agreement 62
Banco Central Hispano-Americano 213
Banco de Chile 47
Banco Exterior de España 211, 213
Banco de Santiago 47
Bank Al-Amal 210
Bank Al-Maghrib 194, 210, 221
Bank of Central African States 135
banking sector:
EMU and 157-64;
Morocco 194, 209-13, 221;
Russia 87, 93-9, 101, 113;
see also central banks
Barcelona Declaration (1995) 217
Basri, Driss 195, 213
Batam 322-4
Baykal, Deniz 185
Bendjedid, Chadli 213, 215
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 44
‘Big Bang’ 32
Black Sea Economic Cooperation 187
Bloc Démocratique 195
BMCE 209-10, 211, 213
Bogor Declaration 18, 317
Bolshevik Revolution 178, 187-8
borderless world 1-7
Bourse de Valeurs de Casablanca 209, 210212
Brazil 46
Bretton Woods system 17, 27, 29, 30, 33, 34, 47, 151, 200
Büchi, Hernan 47
Bundesbank 158, 159, 161
Business Roundtable of Russia 79

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