SCANDINAVIAN DOCUMENTS Dok. A/1954. Communiqu6 from the Scandinavian inter-governmental meeting at Harpsund 31st October, 1954. At the Scandinavian inter-governmental meeting at Harpsund, held on 30th and 31st October, it was agreed that the following aims, origin- ating in recommendations from the Northern Council, should be laid down for the future economic cooperation between the Scandinavian countries. In the first place a survey should be made of those commodities which are only to a small extent subject to tariffs and quantitative restrictions and in regard to which conditions seem therefore specially favourable to the speedy opening up of a common market. It should further be examined amongst which other categories of goods the establishing of a common market would bring a prevailing measure of advantages to all three countries. As instances of branches of production that should be surveyed with this end in view there are mentioned: chemical and pharmaceutical industries, iron and steel production, industries of elec- trometallurgy and electrotechnichs as well as of primary and semi- finished products of non-ferrous metals. It should also be investigated whether there are fields of production advantageous to the starting of new industries or the coordinating and enlarging of existing enterprises,
Nordic Journal of International Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1954
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