Quantitative, Para-tariff and Fiscal Distortions of Trade

  • Robert Middleton
Part of the Trade Policy Research Centre book series


Tariffs and quotas were the fundamental trade issues of the 1950s and the Stockholm Convention reflects this preoccupation. Throughout the EFTA negotiations and discussions on quantitative, para-tariff and fiscal distortions of trade, the provisions of the Treaty of Rome were taken as a starting point in almost all cases; indeed, much of the work done in the formation of the EEC, in the OEEC and to a certain extent in the GATT enabled EFTA to liberalize far more smoothly than would otherwise have been expected.


Member State Quantitative Restriction Stockholm Convention Internal Taxis Custom Duty 
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