The Gatt Deal: The dealers: fair, tough, urbane and direct: Sutherland: kept message clear
Wednesday 15 December 1993
He was demonised and caricatured in the French press, blamed for the woes of the country's heavily subsidised farmers and film-makers. Mr Sutherland, who is 47, kept his message clear throughout, pointing out that Gatt is really about creating jobs and removing obstacles preventing consumers from buying goods and services.
By stressing the consequences of a Gatt failure he concentrated the minds of world leaders, saying that it would mean a return to 'the law of the jungle'.
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