4 edition of U.S. trade policy beyond the Uruguay round found in the catalog.
U.S. trade policy beyond the Uruguay round
Committee for Economic Development. Research and Policy Committee.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24).
|Other titles||US trade policy beyond the Uruguay round.|
|Statement||by the Research and Policy Committee of the Committee for Economic Development.|
|LC Classifications||HF1455 .C63 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 27,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||94014783|
On December 7, , U.S. Trade Representative Carla Hills appeared before the press in Brussels to announce the collapse of the four-year-long Uruguay Round of world trade talks. Casting blame on. European officials expressed concern Wednesday about U.S. trade policy after the Republican electoral rout and urged Washington to send a quick signal of intent to ratify the Uruguay Round .
POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER Beyond the Uruguay Round There are gains from making the proposed Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) The Implications of an Asian group Free trade area as Free Trade Area broad as possible, although global liberalization remains Jeffrey D. Lewis the most favorable outcome for all countries. Sherman Robinson. U.S. procrastination in implementing the Uruguay Round Clothing and Textiles Agreement (CTA) only reinforces developing country resistance. The agreement is admittedly "end loaded," allowing the U.S. to postpone liberalizing its most sensitive industries, often the most value-added and of most interest to developing countries, until the final.
Although the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations succeeded in reducing nontariff trade barriers, it could not achieve reductions in tariff trade barriers. False Among the codes of conduct addressed at the Tokyo Round of multilateral trade negotiations were customs valuation, product standards, subsidies and countervailing duties. The Uruguay Round (Round) -- the broadest and most complex round of trade negotiations in GATT's history -- will heap unprecedented responsibilities on the system, requiring greater institutional development than ever before. Some of the necessary innovations may be agreed upon in the final stages of the Round itself.
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Book: All Authors / Contributors: Committee for Economic Development. Research and Policy Committee. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, 27,  pages ; 28 cm: Other Titles: US trade policy beyond the Uruguay round: Responsibility: by the Research and Policy Committee of the Committee for Economic Development.
This volume--whose authors include the most distinguished trade policymakers and eminent academics from international economics and law--is a testimony to Dunkel's enormous standing in the trade community.
The volume contains many accounts, by prominent players in the Uruguay Round negotiation, of what happened behind the scenes. The book examines the current world trading regime and the prospects for freer trade in the future. It describes the trade negotiations known as the Uruguay Round which took place in the context of the GATT and which led to the establishment of the World Trade Organization at the end of Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
The Uruguay Round was the 8th round of multilateral trade negotiations (MTN) conducted within the framework of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), spanning from to and embracing countries as "contracting parties".
The Round led to the creation of the World Trade Organization, with GATT remaining as an integral part of the WTO agreements. The Uruguay Round and Beyond.
Editors: Bhagwati, Jagdish, Hirsch, Mathias (Eds Among the contributors in this volume are not only distinguished trade policy makers of today, eminent academics from international economics and law, and leaders of international institutions and business, but also prominent players in the Uruguay Round.
Home > Policy Research Working Papers > Beyond the Uruguay Round: The Implications of an Asian Free Trade Area. U.S. trade policy makers in the Clinton administration, preoccupied with the daunting problems of obtaining congressional approval ofNAFTA and the Uruguay Round and dealing with the "Japan problem," have had little opportunity to consider the longer-term future of U.S.
trade policy beyond the Uruguay Round. He is the author, coauthor, or editor of several books on the trading system, including Launching New Global Trade Talks: An Action Agenda (), Restarting Fast Track (), The World Trading System: Challenges Ahead (), The Uruguay Round: An Assessment (), Western Hemisphere Economic Integration (), NAFTA: An Assessment (rev.
Ina dispute resolution panel of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) issued a report finding that certain aspects of Section violated the national treatment provision contained in Article III of the  In an effort to address these violations, the recently enacted implementing legislation for the Uruguay Round.
Here is former UN Ambassador John Bolton writing about the DSU in the WSJ. Agreed to during the Uruguay Round of world trade talks inthe DSU has had some successes. But it is often criticized for failing to deter violations of the WTO’s substantive trade provisions and for too often exceeding its mandate by imposing new obligations on one or more parties, particularly against.
For U.S. trade policy, the past quarter-century is not without irony. Its first 20 years were replete with economic troubles, real and perceived: “oil shocks” and double-digit inflation in the. Ideas, interests, and institutionalization: “trade in services” and the Uruguay Round - Volume 46 Issue 1 - William J.
Drake, Kalypso Nicolaïdis. US foreign trade objectives are pursued on several levels: unilateral imposition of trade barriers, export restrictions, export enhancements, and reductions of trade barriers.
Seven rounds of multilateral trade negotiations—also referred to as General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade rounds—were held prior to the Uruguay Round. The Political Economy of the World Trading System is a comprehensive textbook account of the economics, institutional mechanics and politics of the world trading system.
This third edition has been expanded and updated to cover developments in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) since its formation, including the Doha Round, presenting the essentials of trade negotiations and the WTO's. Abstract This book is a comprehensive guide to the Millennium Round of multilateral trade negotiations which will be launched at the Third WTO Ministerial Meeting in Seattle in early December It deals in a readable way with the many difficult and controversial issues that will arise during the planned three-year negotiations.
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Some big names will weigh in on this weighty issue at a conference in DC, on Sep. The Future of the WTO. A conference presented by American University Washington College of Law, the Emerging Dynamic Global Economies (EDGE) Network, and the German Marshall Fund (GMF).
services have become a priority in U.S. trade policy, and a significant part of U.S. trade flows and of global trade in general, accounting for $ billion in U.S.
exports in As the United States is the world’s largest exporter and importer of services (14% and 10% of the global total in. U.S. trade policy has evolved greatly in the 75 years since the passage the negotiation of the Uruguay Round Agreements and the establishment of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Trade negotiations have been extended far beyond their initial emphasis on manufactured goods and tariff rates.
In recent decades, nontariff. U.S. trade obligations derive from international trade agreements, including the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the other World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements, and additional bilateral and regional trade agreements, as well as domestic laws intended to implement those agreements or effectuate U.S.
trade policy goals. The Uruguay round negotiations under GATT, which started in and were concluded instrengthened rules on agricultural and textile trade .Tariff cuts covered a larger share of world trade than those of the Kennedy or Tokyo Rounds and will save importers some $50 billion a year.
In the Uruguay Round negotiations, trade distorting agricultural policies were taken up substantively for the first time in any round of multilateral trade negotiations. Now incorporated into the WTO Analytical Index, the GATT Analytical Index: Guide to GATT Law and Practice, covers only the GATT, not the non-trade agreements.
Although its coverage extends to Jan. 1,it has very little on the Uruguay Round, (but see the chapter "Institutions and Procedure" preceding the Appendix).