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EU Import Measures and the Development Countries


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  • Auboin, M
  • Laird, S.
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    The EU's improt policies towards developing countries are complex, stemming from important sectoral and country variations in policy. Average tariffs are modest, and, while there are tariff peaks and escalation in some areas of interest to developing countries, these are being reduced as a result of the implementation of the results of the Uraguay Round.

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    Paper provided by Stanford - Institute for Thoretical Economics in its series Papers with number 98-01.

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    Date of creation: 1998
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    Handle: RePEc:fth:stante:98-01

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    Keywords: ECONOMIC INTEGRATION ; TRADE POLICY ; DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 1211 Geneva 21. Switzerland. 27p.;

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