Some thirty years ago, the governments representing the principal trading countries of that period were assembled in Havana to frame a charter for a global trade organization. Although the period was one of anxieties and uncertainties, the emphasis at the time was on building anew, on avoiding the errors and conflicts of the past. It was a time, therefore, that lent itself to hope, yet a period that could easily lead to error and to illusion.
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