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The Uruguay Round and NAFTA

The Challenge for Commonwealth Caribbean Countries

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This study provides a comprehensive analysis of the combined impact of the Uruguay Round and NAFTA on the Commonwealth Caribbean countries. It also makes recommendations on policy options available to them. It is hoped that the study will provide a good basis for member governments in this region in assessing the policy implications of the impending changes in the international training system in the context of their economies, and formulating appropriate responses.

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Executive Summary

The Uruguay Round agreement was actively supported by the developing world to further develop the rules governing international trade; in particular the developing world will gain from improved market access, for greater security against arbitrary use of instruments such as anti-dumping and countervailing duties and safeguard actions and from the improved disputes procedures.

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