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Preface by Prof Theo PEETERS Centre for Economic Studies
Trade agenda for the eighties
a U S view
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achieve agreement agricultural policy alliance attitudes balance basic Cocom codes conflicts consensus consider credits developing countries difficult discussions dispute settlement domestic East East-West relations East-West trade economic relations Economic sanctions effect energy supplies Euro-American relations Europe's European Community European countries Europeans and Americans export restrictions favour foreign policy fundamental G.A.T.T. Ministerial G.A.T.T. system growth hard currency earnings important increase industrial countries interests international economic international trade regulation issues Japan liberal major measures military monetary multilateral negotiations NEWLY INDUSTRIALIZED NEWLY INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRIES nuclear warfare objectives obligations organisation parties partners percent political position pressure problems protection protectionism protectionist recent reduce relationship risk safeguard share Soviet Union strategy structural adjustment subsidies substantial tariffs tensions Third World Tokyo Round trade policy trade relations transatlantic relations U.S. Congress U.S. nuclear United University of Leuven views Warsaw pact West Western Europe Western European world economy world trading system