2 edition of The MENA countries and the Uruguay round and beyond found in the catalog.
The MENA countries and the Uruguay round and beyond
by Economic Research Forum for the Arab Countries, Iran & Turkey in Dokki, Cairo
Written in English
|Statement||Raed Safadi and Subiday Togan|
|Series||Working paper series -- 2006|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2011/52104 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||2011334400|
The completion of the Uruguay round promised a new era in international trading relations. However, there remains a wide range of issues which could threaten international trading stability, including regionalisation and regionalism, increased non-tariff forms of protection and the proliferation of unilateral and bilateral trade deals. Books shelved as uruguay: La tregua by Mario Benedetti, Cantoras by Carolina De Robertis, The Invisible Mountain by Carolina De Robertis, Cuentos de amor.
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MENA countries' exports, the paper looks into the commitments in services MENA countries have undertaken in the context of Uruguay Round Agreements and considers issues related to FDI. This is a report about developing country participation both in the current Uruguay round and beyond, arguing that over the post war years a climate of mistrust has evolved between developed and developing countries over trade issues.
The Uruguay Round and Beyond Editors: Bhagwati, Jagdish, Hirsch, Mathias (Eds.) Contributions from distinguished policy makers, eminent academics, and leaders of international institutions and business offer a rare insight into the Uruguay Round and the making of the World Trade OrganizationBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
About this book Introduction This is a report about developing country participation both in the current Uruguay round and beyond, arguing that over the post war years a climate of mistrust has evolved between developed and developing countries over trade issues. Also of great interest are the authoritative analyses by major figures of new issues beyond the Uruguay Round.
Sir Leon Brittan offers an analysis of the need to include competition policy in the WTO; Paul Volcker writes on the need to strengthen multilateral-ism in the rush to regionalism; Helmut Mauscher, chairman of the International Chamber of Commerce, on international business Format: Paperback.
Title: Adjusting to New Realities: MENA, The Uruguay Round and the EU-Mediterra nean Initiative Created Date: 1/29/ PM. Against this background, the paper examines the major challenges facing MENA if it is to benefit from the opportunities presented by the Uruguay Round and the European Union Mediterranean Initiative.
It concludes with an overview of measures that MENA countries will need to implement to benefit from these trade-enhancing initiatives. The volume contains many accounts, by prominent players in the Uruguay Round negotiation, of what happened behind the scenes. These include Rubens Ricupero, now head of UNCTAD, on the developing countries' evolving positions; Indian Ambassador Zutshi on how the agreement on intellectual property protection was reached; and Secretary Clayton.
The Uruguay Round, launched at Punta del Este, Uruguay, in Septemberand concluded at Marrakesh, Morocco, in Marchwas the most important and successful of the eight General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade rounds of multilateral negotiations.
Tariffs on non-agricultural trade were reduced substantially and a trade liberalization framework for agriculture was adopted. countries as Australia, Canada, and the United States in seeking reform of the agricultural policies of the European Community and Japan.
The Uruguay Round was launched in After four years of talks, negotiations between the European Community and the United States stalled, the principal sticking point being agricul-ture.
Raed Safadi & Subidey Togan, "The MENA Countries and the Uruguay Round and Beyond," Working PapersEconomic Research Forum, revised 02 Laird, Sam, "Multilateral approaches to market access negotiations," WTO Staff Working Papers TPRD, World Trade Organization (WTO), Economic Research and Statistics Division.
The MENA Countries and the Uruguay Round and Beyond The paper aims to identify the interests and concerns of MENA countries in the new round of multilateral Read More. Uruguay Round Results by the European Community PieterJ.
Kuijper* I. Introduction The conclusion and the implementation of the Uruguay Round by the European Community proved to be an arduous and long drawn-out operation. In particular the conclusion of the WTO Agreement and its Annexes,1 caused fundamental legal.
The Uruguay Round is the most comprehensive multilateral trade arrangement ever negotiated, and yet is not clear ex ante that this would be beneficial for the poorer African countries.
The paper finds that the impacts that can be expected from the Uruguay Round for Africa are rather muted, and considerably less important than for other parts of. (with Subidey Togan), “The MENA Countries and the Uruguay Round and Beyond,”paper presented at the Third Mediterranean Development Forum, Cairo, March.
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The MENA Countries and the Uruguay Round and Beyond. and concerns of MENA countries in the new round of multilateral trade negotiations (the WTO. The Uruguay Round was the 8th round of multilateral trade negotiations conducted within the framework of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, spanning from to and embracing countries as "contracting parties".
The Round led to the creation of the World Trade Organization, with GATT remaining as an integral part of the WTO agreements. The broad mandate of the Round had .A: A. Abutaleb, A. and A. Hashem () "The Impact of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) on the Economies of some MENA Countries" Paper presented to Paper presented in the 10 th Economic Research Forum Conference December (Cairo: ERF) Abdalla, Ismail Sabri () Main Features of Today's World Third World Forum (Cairo:Third World Forum).This study was undertaken and completed in the climate of uncertainty which has hung over the Uruguay Round from its inception in Almost a year after the original deadline, no one knew when the Uruguay Round would end, but governments, traders and producers in developing countries, and those interested in them, need to know the likely effects of an ultimate settlement.