Consequences of European Integration for Developing Countries

  • Erich Scherzer

Abstract

Economic integration has gained considerable momentum worldwide over recent years; this process has increased in intensity, spread into new policy areas and sectors, and has rapidly expanded its geographical coverage. At present about 45% of world trade is already taking place within economic integration groupings.1

Keywords

Sugar Rubber Uranium Syria Turkey 

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