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  • And Minister Bernini correctly believes it would be important for us to get together and talk about not only that, but to talk about the ratification of the Uruguay Round, which is, of course, number one on our agenda.

    Backgrounder On Us Canada Meeting At G 7 Summit

  • The follow-up to the Uruguay Round is a critical part of that situation.

    Background Briefing By Senior Administration Officials

  • The President withdrew his suggestion this morning, noting that the ratification of the Uruguay Round is the most important item on any of our agendas over the next few months.

    Backgrounder On G 7 International Trade Discussions

  • And just as the North American Free Trade Agreement helped spur the conclusion of earlier global trade talks—for instance the 1990s Uruguay Round—a trans-Atlantic zero-tariffs initiative may galvanize action on other trade deals.

    Zero Tariffs Across the Atlantic

  • And just as the North American Free Trade Agreement helped spur the conclusion of earlier global trade talks—for instance the 1990s Uruguay Round—a transatlantic zero-tariffs initiative may galvanize action on other trade deals.

    Give Free Trade a Chance

  • Prestowitz has played key roles in achieving congressional passage of the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement and in shaping the final content of the Uruguay Round, as well as providing the intellectual basis for current U.S. trade policies toward Japan, China and Korea.

    Business Visionaries: Clyde Prestowitz

  • In the 1990s an economic slump was alleviated by progress on the Uruguay Round.

    Police the Single Market

  • "If they don't, the chances are we go into a kind of cryogenic state with the Uruguay Round."

    First Shot Of A Trade War?

  • The very complexity of the Uruguay Round has been its undoing.

    First Shot Of A Trade War?

  • The Uruguay Round rarely hits the front pages, and no wonder: the details of textile-import quotas, foreign-investment regulations and government-procurement rules are truly mind-numbing.

    First Shot Of A Trade War?

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