The mediterranean policy of the EC— The case of industry
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The European Community faces the task of reformulating its Mediterranean policy in the light of the rather disappointing experience with the “Global Mediterranean Policy” adopted in 1972, the effects of the southward enlargement of the Community and the changed world economic climate. The article that follows discusses the experiences to date, the scope for action and possible guidelines for a future Mediterranean policy in the industrial sphere.
KeywordsMediterranean Country Bilateral Agreement Additional Protocol Cotton Yarn Preferential Trade Agreement
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