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    INTRODUCTION: The European Common Market has expanded its trade links with the Arab world. On?

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    SV Heads of delegations, at Arab-E.E.C. treaty signing, Brussels, Belgium, PAN ACROSS table
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    SV E.E.C. Development Aid Commissioner Claude Chaeysson studying document
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    CU PAN FROM "Egypt" sign to Egypt's Zakarya Tawfik--Trade and Supply Minister
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    CU "Jordan" sign PAN TO Jordanian Economy Minister Nymeddin Dadjani
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    CU Syria's Economy Minister, Mohammed Immadi
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    SV ZOOM INTO CU Luxembourg delegate
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    SV British Foreign Secretary Anthony Crosland addressing gathering (in English)
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    SV Immadi signing agreement
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    SV Dadjani signing
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    CU PULL OUT TO GV Crosland signing
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    TRANSCRIPT: SEQ. 7: ANTHONY CROSLAND: "...(indistinct) ....encourage us to continue together, efforts to establish new capital relations between developed and developing countries in keeping with the hopes that we all have of a juster balance."




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    Background: INTRODUCTION: The European Common Market has expanded its trade links with the Arab world. On Tuesday (18 January), the Common Market signed agreements with Egypt, Jordan and Syria, increasing current economic trade ties by several hundred million (U.S.) dollars.

    SYNOPSIS: The signing ceremony was conducted during a break in the Common Market's formal session, and set the seal on the Community's design for a Mediterranean policy. One of the signatories was Monsieur Claude Chaeysson, the Community's Commissioner for Development Aid. The Egyptian delegate was Mr. Zakarya Tawfik Abdel Fattah, Egyptian Minster for Trade and Supply. Jordanian Economy Minister, Mr. Nymeddin Dadjani, signed for his country, and another Economy Minister, Mr. Mohammed Immadi represented Syria. Britain's Foreign Secretary, Mr. Anthony Crosland, addressed the gathering.

    The signing of the three agreements means Arab expansion of trade into Common Market countries and financial aid the other way of more than 185 million pounds sterling (324 million dollars). Similar agreements have already been concluded with three other Arab states -- Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia -- and with Israel.

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    Film ID:
    VLVACY7YN5PU60546RJ1VBPP6H4HE
    Media URN:
    VLVACY7YN5PU60546RJ1VBPP6H4HE
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    18/01/1977
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:01:13:00
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