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After the Treaty of Rome, relations between the European Economic Community (as the EU was known prior to 1992), and its former colonies was largely based on the Common Commercial Policy (CCP), which regulated trade with external countries. The central implementation mechanism of the CCP was the Common External Tariff (CET), which detailed the rules governing trade between the EU and developing countries. Article 110 of the Treaty of Rome stated that the CCP should aim to ‘contribute, in the common interest, to the harmonious development of world trade, the progressive abolition of restrictions on international trade, and the lowering of customs barriers’.
Crush, ‘Introduction: Imagining development’, in J. ), Power of Development (London and New York: Routledge, 1995), p. 10. Sardar, ‘Development and the Locations of Eurocentrism’, p. 53. A. Escobar, ‘The Making and Unmaking of the Third World through Development’, in M. Rahnema and V. Bawtree (eds), The Post-Development Reader (London and New Jersey: Zed Books, 1997), p. 92. McCann 01 chaps 40 18/11/03 15:47 Page 40 From the Local to the Global 26. G. S. ’, Development in Practice, Vol. 8, No. 3 (1998), p.
For example, when the UK joined the EC in 1973 it brought with it a large network of developing world and commonwealth trading partners representing a market network in its own right. Similarly, both Spain and Portugal brought colonial partners into the EC with their accession in 1986. These factors cumulatively led to an overhaul of the Yaoundé system and set the scene for the comprehensive negotiations which led to its replacement by the Lomé Convention on 28 February 1975. EC sensitivity to the unevenness of global development manifested itself on a number of occasions in the expansion debates and statements of the late 1960s.