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The Uruguay Round and Developing Countries

An Assessment

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This study provides an overall assessment of the implications of the Uruguay Round for a broad crosssection of developing Commonwealth countries. It also makes recommendations on policy options open to them. It is hoped that the study will provide a good basis for member governments in assessing the policy implications of the impending changes in the international trading system in the context of their economies, and in formulating appropriate responses.

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Conclusions

History will record the Uruguay Round as the most ambitious of all the post-war Rounds. Indeed, it may record a judgement of over-ambition. It is easy to see the Round as essentially a bilateral struggle between the US and EU, with most friction being generated by temperate zone agriculture.

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