The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade: Pressures and Strategies for Task Expansion
Whatever the cynics may say, an international organisation cannot exist for any length of time without a purpose. But an international organisation may start out with one purpose and end up with another. This is the extreme case. More frequently one finds international organisations adding a number of sub-purposes to their quiver with the passage of time. Rather less frequently does one see international organisations openly abandoning an original objective: quiet relegation to a dusty shelf is the preferred method.
KeywordsPoor Country Rich Country European Economic Community Contracting Parti Commercial Policy
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