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European political and economic developments and their possible implications for Australian trade in some agricultural products

Discussion Papers Department of Economics, University of Queensland ( 117): 28pp.

European political and economic developments and their possible implications for Australian trade in some agricultural products

The current state of European change and the political and economic decisions reached will be a major influence in determining future patterns of world trade. This paper identifies the more significant changes and provides a commentary on possible effects of these changes on the trading relations between Europe and third countries, in particular Australia.

Accession: 002373977

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