Summary and Conclusions

  • J. P. Hayes
Part of the Trade Policy Research Centre book series (TPRC)


The conclusions of this study are summarised in this final chapter, which ends with a suggestion for the improvement of policy-making, in the interests of both public welfare and good international relations. The trade policy of the European Community is of great importance, both for the inhabitants of the Community itself and for the rest of the world. Various efforts have been made to explain the processes of decision-making in the Community and to assess the influences which have shaped policy. Given the inevitable complexity of decision-making in the Community, it is not surprising that the various attempts at explanation differ in emphasis and in their implications.


European Community Trade Policy Industrial Policy Industry Association Electoral District 
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