A detailed examination is provided of the circumstances which led
to the negotiation of each of the international commodity
agreements with economic provision included since the end of World
War II. How such agreements operated and the causes for
difficulties in their implementation and the reasons for their
failure is also discussed. It concentrates on four specific
agreements; cocoa, coffee, sugar and tin; and as a contrast to
these commodities a chapter is dedicated to OPEC. Written by an
insider who was actually present at the 'creation', a first-hand
view is given of how commodity agreements are actually arrived at
during the course of negotiation and implementation.
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