The specific focus of this book is on why and how the member governments of the European Union engage in international negotiations concerning the 'new' issues of trade in services and foreign direct investment. The key issue is that the EU's member governments have repeatedly sought to cooperate in such negotiations, despite significant differences in their economic interests and without having previously committed themselves to cooperate. This book has both theoretical and practical implications for EU policy-making.s o Ui (U o w P . J= V Value-added services Two mobile Voice telephony Satellite networks anc Value-added servirtes ... (100% state owned; became an incorportted company on 1 Jan 1995) O c .0 1 1 * j 8 S 3 Maie operator(s) 6 1 $ i - ~i 3 j 3.
|Title||:||Extending European Cooperation|
|Author||:||Alasdair R. Young|
|Publisher||:||Manchester University Press - 2002|