External Dimension of Europe 1992: Its Effests on the Relationship between Europe, the United States and Japan
This article examines the impacts of the European Single Market on the economic and financial relationships between Europe, the United States and Japan. It argues that the external effects of the European Single Market will crucially depend on the magnitude of the EC's domestic growth bonus associated with the Single Market and the future course of its trade and financial policy the rest of the world, and examines a range of related policy issues.
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