Note by the Ghana Delegation about the consequences of the Rome Treaties on international trade (Geneva, 25 November 1957)

On 25 November 1957, during the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) negotiations in Geneva, the Ghanaian Delegation expresses its concern about the implications of the association of the Overseas Countries and Territories (OCTs) with the European Economic Community (EEC) for Ghanaian cocoa exports to the Six.

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Source: Sub-Group D of the Committee on the Rome Treaty - Association of the Overseas Territories of the Six Messina Powers with the European Common Market: Note by the Ghana Delegation. [online]. World Trade Organization. 25-11-1957. w.12/42. Retrieved from

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