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Arab economic integration efforts

Arab economic integration efforts

a critical assessment

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Published by United Nations in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arab countries
    • Subjects:
    • Arab cooperation.,
    • Arab countries -- Economic integration.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEconomic and Social Commission for Western Asia.
      ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC498 .A7193 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 23 p. ;
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3995290M
      LC Control Number2001336390
      OCLC/WorldCa43876869

      The sixth Annual Review of Developments in Globalization and Regional Integration in the Arab Countries, , addresses efforts made by the Arab countries to keep up with the pace of globalization on the one hand, and to assess the extent to which regional integration of the economies of the Ara. Economic integration is an economic arrangement between different regions, marked by the reduction or elimination of trade barriers and the coordination of monetary and fiscal policies. The aim.

      In addition, joint efforts are afoot to increase the economic cooperation among nations in all possible ways. Towards this end, since World War II several international organizations have been established, such as the International Monetary Fund, Arab Monetary Fund, Arab League and the Arab Organization of Investment Guarantee. : Latin American Unification: A History of Political and Economic Integration Efforts () by Salvador Rivera and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.

      It also calls for expanding economic integration beyond the narrow scope of trade liberalization to laying out the foundations for production and diversification, and building knowledge-based economies through cooperation in the development of integrated human, technological and productive capacities in the Arab . The challenges of regional integration in Africa • page 1 Paper • June Introduction It is widely acknowledged that Africa’s integration efforts have thus far failed to bear satisfactory fruit. While other regions have successfully used their integration mechanisms to improve their economic.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Arab economic integration efforts. New York: United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication. Pre-eminent among the requisites for economic integration is monetary integration.

It is the premise of the chapters in this book that if the Arab world is to achieve a closer degree of cooperation in economic and political spheres, the issue of monetary integration Author: Khair El-Din Haseeb, Samir Makdisi. This book explains why and discusses possible ways forward. The authors draw especially on the success of the Arab economic integration efforts book Union to assess the scope of Arab economic integration as.

Large intra-regional labour movements will constitute the main vehicle for the region’s economic integration, triggering substantial financial flows in the form of workers’ remittances.

(7) Arab countries should further reduce trade barriers such as tariffs, quotas and non-tariff barriers. The idea of regional integration among Arab countries has been pursued for decades.

Efforts to integrate regionally were started in the late s, earlier than in any other developing region. All Arab states have concluded numerous agreements to reduce trade barriers on a preferential basis. Most of these have not had much of an economic impact.

Globalization and economic performances of the Arab region 50 D. Arab economic intra- and interregional integration 57 E. Arab economic integration: country analysis 64 F. Summary of the findings and venues to improve the AEISI 85 III. Productive capacities and integration 87 A.

Trade integration: varying country-level performance, but no. Regional economic integration refers to efforts to promote free and fair trade on a regional basis. There are four main types of economic integration: Free trade area is the most basic form of economic cooperation.

Member countries remove all barriers to trade between themselves, but are free to independently determine trade policies with nonmember nations.

Arab integration, efforts aimed at achieving closer cooperation and assimilation between different Arab countries and subregions. Depending on the context in which the concept is used, integration could be meant as political, economic, or institutional. The term has been used in various frameworks, and its meaning has evolved and shifted over time.

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Despite fifty years of repeated attempts at Arab economic integration, the results in terms of intraregional trade and investment flows have been very modest. This book explains why and discusses possible ways forward. period,several attempts at economic integration have been Arab League,for example,was created in ,providing a potential institutional means of carrying out such a project.

The economies of the Arab region are enormously profitable, but also unstable. In a region where economic integration has been disrupted by conflict and crises, trade is a powerful engine that can help bring people out of poverty.

Arab Economic Integration Economic integration underpins comprehensive integration by providing for its material needs.

Arab economic integration often features in official discourse. It has been the aspiration of millions and the target of ambitious projects since the s. Post-independence Arab States quickly began to conclude economic.

This book explains why and discusses possible ways forward. The authors draw especially on the success of the European Union to assess the scope of Arab economic integration as an instrument for narrowing the persistent gap between the region¡¯s economic potential and its by: If an Arab Customs Union is to be established by and an Arab Common Market bythen efforts will need to be made to strengthen the rules and discipline applicable to PAFTA and other regional trade agreements.

Mechanisms for tracking and enforcing commitments to regional economic integration also need to be strengthened. This suggests that a viable Arab integration strategy must follow a path that differs from the preferential trade liberalization-led approach implemented by the European Community.

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The first chapter analyses the industrial strategies, economic policies and attempts at harmonisation and cooperation of the Arab countries, providing a detailed picture of the convergences and.

Independently commissioned by IAI, the three studies comprising this book examine inter-Arab industrial and economic cooperation.

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Bernard Hoekman and Khalid Sekkat. NoCEPR Discussion Papers from C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers Abstract: This paper surveys the recent literature on Arab economic integration, discusses the goals and progress that has been made to date and some of the key policy, regulatory and political factors that underpin the segmentation of Arab markets.Paul Rivlin has produced an excellent book that should be a requried text for not only the policy makers in the region but students of the Middle East as well.

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