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dc.description.abstractEconomic integration is a collective path to development. This has been long realized by most countries in the West African sub-region and has manifested in the number of regional grouping found in the sub-region today. Of all these, the most embracing is ECOWAS with all the countries in the sub-region as members. The fanfare with which the inauguration of ECOWAS came into being soon died out with the member states not implementing some of its resolutions. This study is motivated by the fact that of all the lofty aims of ECOWAS, this is the most important and probably the most difficult to implement because a lot depends on the individual member states for its success. Many countries seem to have entered into the co-operation agreement without any intention of surrendering some measure of their sovereignty. Besides, there is the fear of domination by the bigger and wealthier member-states, in spite of the compensation mechanisms in ECOWAS Trade Liberalization Scheme. So, the earlier the Organisation unmasked these hybrid of problems being encountered by the scheme the better, if it must join other nations of the world in the march to development.en
dc.titleObstacles hindering the successful implementation of ECOWAS trade liberalization programmeen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::FREE TRADEen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::FREE TRADEen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::FREE TRADEen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADEen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADEen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADEen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::TRADE LIBERALIZATIONen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::TRADE LIBERALIZATIONen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::TRADE LIBERALIZATIONen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::TRADE POLICYen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::TRADE POLICYen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::INTERNATIONAL TRADE::GENERAL INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND TRADE POLICY::TRADE POLICYen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTORS::AFRICAen
uneca.subject.fulltaxonomyUNBIS::GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTORS::AFRICAen
uneca.creatorCorporate.fulltaxonomyCorporate Authors::United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa. African Institute for Economic Development and Planning(IDEP)en
ags.creatorCorporateUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Africa. African Institute for Economic Development and Planning(IDEP)en
ags.subjectThesaurusAFRICAen
ags.subjectThesaurusAFRICAen
ags.subjectClassification07.00.00 TRADE (GENERAL MATERIALS)en
ags.descriptionNotesSix month research programmeen
ags.descriptionNotesFirst draft awaiting Supervisor's correctionsen
ags.descriptionNotesIncludes Bibliography referencesen
ags.descriptionNotesIncludes Annexen
ags.publisherPlaceDakaren
ags.publisherNameUN. IDEPen
dc.date.accessioned2019-08-14T13:12:37Z
dc.date.available2019-08-14T13:12:37Z
dc.date.issued1995-10
dc.format.extentviii,131 p.
dc.languageeng
dc.typeWorking paper
uneca.workflow.processedtrue
ags.creatorPersonalA. Ajayi, Olarotimi
ags.availabilityNumberb11933537
ags.availabilityNumber1995
ags.availabilityLocationIDEP
ags.rights.termsofusepublic
ags.JNb11933537
uneca.language.supporteden


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