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Will Clayton, negociador principal de los Estados Unidos, y Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, negociador principal del Reino Unido, mantenían un profundo desacuerdo sobre el nivel de ambición que debían alcanzar las negociaciones del GATT. (...) Clayton's problem with the GATT went beyond the MFN clause and Sir Stafford Cripp's defence of the Ottawa Imperial Preferences.  (...) Anticipating a negative answer from the stubborn Stafford Cripps, Clayton advised the administration to drop the negotiations with the UK and to seek a multilateral deal with the others. 
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Score: 1544145.2 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tr...ll_conclude_negotiations_s.htm
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Clayton's problem with the GATT went beyond the MFN clause and Sir Stafford Cripp's defence of the Ottawa Imperial Preferences.  (...) Anticipating a negative answer from the stubborn Stafford Cripps, Clayton advised the administration to drop the negotiations with the UK and to seek a multilateral deal with the others.  (...) In the end, Stafford Cripps was proven right as Marshall instructed Clayton not to insist on the immediate elimination of the imperial preferences and to accept what the United Kingdom was able to offer.
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Score: 1534988.1 - https://www.wto.org/french/tra...ll_conclude_negotiations_f.htm
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A problem beyond preferences Clayton's problem with the GATT negotiations went beyond the MFN clause and Sir Stafford Cripp's defence of the Ottawa Imperial Preferences.  (...) Anticipating a negative answer from the stubborn Stafford Cripps, Clayton advised the administration to drop the negotiations with the UK and to seek a multilateral deal with the others.  (...) According to Prof. Zeiler, Sir Stafford Cripps had correctly guessed the political importance that the United States attached to the GATT and had bet that the Secretary of State, George Marshall, would prevent Clayton from walking away.
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Score: 1471356.1 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...ll_conclude_negotiations_e.htm
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If you require any further information, or have any questions, please contact my colleague Cheryl Stafford, Office for ECOSOC Support and Coordination, UN/DESA, at +1 (917) 367-3116 or stafford@un.org.
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Score: 1412412 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/n...blichealthdiscussioninvite.pdf
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Political support was strong, as even President Harry Truman was behind the idea of wiping out all discriminatory trade practices. Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, President of the British Board of Trade, disagreed and strongly continued to oppose the dogmatism of the "American free traders". (...) Why should the United States, the most important victor of World War II, be asked to make one-side sacrifices? Sir Richard Stafford Cripps told an infuriated Clayton to simply withdraw some tariff offers if he was unhappy with the British concessions. The Anglo-American alliance entered a tense phase which was complicated by the personal animosity between Clayton and Stafford Cripps. Convinced of the fairness of their positions, the Americans and the British dug their heels in and grew deeply entrenched.
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Score: 1408601 - https://www.wto.org/spanish/tr...s/clash_gatt_negotiators_s.htm
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Political support was strong, as even President Harry Truman was behind the idea of wiping out all discriminatory trade practices. Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, President of the British Board of Trade, disagreed and strongly continued to oppose the dogmatism of the "American free traders". (...) Why should the United States, the most important victor of World War II, be asked to make one-side sacrifices? Sir Richard Stafford Cripps told an infuriated Clayton to simply withdraw some tariff offers if he was unhappy with the British concessions. The Anglo-American alliance entered a tense phase which was complicated by the personal animosity between Clayton and Stafford Cripps. Convinced of the fairness of their positions, the Americans and the British dug their heels in and grew deeply entrenched.
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Score: 1408601 - https://www.wto.org/french/tra...f/clash_gatt_negotiators_f.htm
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SUMMARY RECORD OF THE 50TH MEETING (PART 1), HELD AT THE PALAIS DES NATIONS, GENEVA, ON FRIDAY, 28 APRIL 1950 (PUBLIC)
ZIAUD-DIN (Pakistan) saw no diffjculty since Mr. Stafford had agreed that the document could be -published.· 11. (...) ZIAUD-DIN (Pakistan) replied thathe would be· ~r~teful if Mr. Stafford would obtain the desired information. 20. (...) . /75, Mr. STAFFORD, A/AC,34/SR.50/Part 1 Pa_g;e 17 75.
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Score: 1365061.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...DS=A/AC.34/SR.50/PART 1&Lang=E
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Ja- nuar 2010 beginnende dreijährige Amtszeit zu Mitgliedern des Beratenden Ausschusses für Verwaltungs- und Haushaltsfragen: Frau Jasminka Dinić, Herrn Collen V. Kelapile, Herrn Stafford O. Neil, Herrn Mohammad Mustafa Tal und Frau Nonye Udo. (...) MCLURG (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)**, Herr Stafford O. NEIL (Jamaika)***, Herr Nagesh SINGH (Indien)*, Herr Mohammad Mustafa TAL (Jordanien)***, Herr Alejandro TORRES LÉPORI (Argentinien)** und Frau Nonye UDO (Nigeria)***. ___________________ * Amtszeit bis 31.
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Score: 1360447.7 - https://www.un.org/depts/german/gv-64/band2/dec64-408.pdf
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Email: Maryam Rabiee ) https://www.unsdsn.org/secretariat ○ Tara Stafford Ocansey, Senior Education Technology Specialist, Earth Institute, Columbia University (email: Tara Stafford ) https://csd.columbia.edu/people/tara-stafford-ocansey ● International Council for Adult Education (ICAE) ○ Robbie Guevara (President ICAE, robbie.aspbae@gmail.com), PhD, is a committed popular educator with extensive experience in education for sustainable development, environmental education and global citizenship education in the Asia and South Pacific regions.
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Score: 1312661.9 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...-07/Session8_Concept_FINAL.pdf
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Our promise in the one will be measured by our performance in the other". (4) During the GATT negotiations, Sir Richard Stafford Cripps, President of the British Board of Trade, disagreed with the US vision as articulated by Cordell Hull.  (...) During one of the meetings, Sir Stafford Cripps told an infuriated Clayton to simply withdraw some of the tariff offers which had been tabled if he was unhappy with the British concessions. The Anglo-American alliance entered a tense phase, which was further complicated by the personal animosity between Clayton and Stafford Cripps. Convinced of the fairness of their positions, the Americans and the British dug in their heels and grew deeply entrenched.
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Score: 1295776.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/clash_gatt_negotiators_e.htm
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