International Trade Policies [electronic resource] : The Uruguay Round and Beyond: Volume I. Principal Issues, Subramanian, Arvind.

Subramanian, Arvind.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 1995.
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This paper analyzes the achievements of the Uruguay Round, and issues with the post-Uruguay Round agenda. The paper highlights that the conclusion of the Uruguay Round is a major achievement in international trade relations and a crucial element in promoting world trade and growth in the medium term. It arrested the deterioration in the trading environment and created a strengthened framework for future trade relations, thereby boosting business and investment confidence. It also provides positive outcomes in several areas, including market liberalization and strengthening of rules and institutional structures.
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Harmsen, Richard T.
Kirmani, Naheed.
Leidy, Michael P.
Subramanian, Arvind.
Uimonen, Peter.
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