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The EEC's generalised scheme of preferences and the Yaounde and other agreements. Benefits in trade and development for less developed countries



The EEC's generalised scheme of preferences and the Yaounde and other agreements. Benefits in trade and development for less developed countries



The EEC' s generalised scheme of preferences and the Yaounde and other agreements Benefits in trade and development for less developed countries: 178



The study assesses the impact of preferential trade links with the EC on the economies and growth patterns of less-developed countries. The central question undertaken concerns what effects a "regionalized" trade policy, which institutionalizes a special relationship between a European country and a less-developed trade partner, will have on the latter, as opposed to a "globalized" policy, which seeks to extend trade and aid benefits to a wider range of less-developed countries.

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