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agricultural amortization barriers bilateral bloc Briginshaw Britain capitalist countries Clive Jenkins Closed market groups Common Market Commonwealth communist countries consumer country's devaluation developing countries Disarmament discriminatory practices division of labour domestic duties East-West trade economic development economic growth European Common Market European countries exchange expansion of trade exports cannot Favoured Nation treatment foodstuffs and raw foreign credits foreign trade GATT Ghana Hungary increase exports instrument international economic International Institute International Trade Conference International Trade Organisation investments liberalise its imports machines and equipment million roubles Mollwaldplati VIENNA IV monopoly of foreign necessary obstacles payment peaceful coexistence per cent planned economy Poland possible preferential trading groups principle problems of world Professor Balogh promote raw materials reduction restrictions result Sir Roy Harrod socialist countries Soviet export Soviet Union tariffs terms of trade Trade and Development Trade Expansion Act trade relations United western countries Western Europe world market world trade WTEN