The EC and the United States
A book for scholars and businessmen, this examines the history of the EC-US relationship to provide a better understanding of the mutual interests that have pervaded the relationship, before discussing the impact of 1992 and the new institutional frameworks on EC-US trade. The changes stand to affect the USA more than any other trading partner; equally, the US's reaction to a united Europe is of vital importance to the EC member states. Coffey also looks at GATT and changes in Eastern Europe.
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