EEC Tariffs Strain Gulf-European Relations
The levying of tariffs on Gulf petrochemical exports to Europe (MEES, 20 August, 1984) has continued to strain relations between the European Economic Community (EEC) and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), as was evident last week in Riyadh at the end of talks between EEC Commissioner Claude Cheysson and GCC Secretary General 'Abdullah Bishara.
Mr. Cheysson told the press after the meetings that the petrochemical issue was "the most...
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