This book concentrates on the aspects of 1992 European Community programme and its impact on developing countries. In particular, trade diversion and creation, the elimination of existing member state quotas or priviledged access for goods from particular countries, the harmonisation of indirect taxes in the European Community and changes in trade in services are discussed. When plausible and attempt is made to quantify the effects.
One important conclusion is that 1992 will affect different developing countries in very different ways.
Michael Davenport and Sheila Page