Policy Coordination in Europe
The world at large is presently faced with a unique combination of challenges. Perestroika and glasnost are questioning the concept of the East-West confrontation. The growth of trade is unsettling the GATT concept of the most-favoured-action approach. The debt problem of the less developed countries (LDCs) continues to upset the world financial order. Environmental issues, worldwide in their implications, assert themselves with vigour.
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