Current International Agreements and Negotiations
A number of factors made some new form of agreement between the Common Market and the Third World inevitable. The second Yaoundé Agreement had to be renegotiated by 1975. This agreement had applied almost exclusively to former French colonies in Africa. With Britain’s membership of the Community, it was obvious that former British colonies would have to be given the opportunity of participating in a similar agreement with the Common Market.
KeywordsAfrican Unity West African State Comecon Country External Economic Relation Common Market Country
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