By Sam Mbah, I. E. Igariwey
The 1st e-book at the subject. Covers anarchistic parts in conventional African societies, African communalism, “African socialism,” and the after-effects of colonialism.
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7Several points should be noted concerning GSP preferences. First, some agricultural and manufactured products are exempted from their coverage and developing countries' exports of these goods encounter MFN tariffs. The exemptions are important as UNCTAD (1994, p. 6 percent of developing countries' exports of products subject to OECD MFN duties are afforded preferences. However, for various reasons like preference ceilings or rules of origin only about 50 percent of GSP eligible products actually receive this treatment.
The basic conclusion is that OECD trade barriers have not played a major role in Sub-Saharan Africa's relative decline in world trade over the last two or three decades. Rather, more attention must be given to the detrimental effects of the African countries' own domestic policiesparticularly those that influence transport costs. However, OECD members have policy options available that could improve the external environment for, and competitive position of, African exports. Given the dimensions of rural poverty in Africa, and the potential contribution increased agricultural exports could make toward its alleviation, OECD initiatives relating to this sector should have the highest priority.
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