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Hearing on ACP Countries and Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs)

Events | Published on 07-04-2014

San Bilal

Organiser: European Parliament - Committee on Development, Committee on Trade. San Bilal presented E [...]

Taking stock of CAADP in West Africa: state of play and challenges ahead for the region

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 10-12-2013

Agriculture, food security, and rural development: buzzwords that seem to be trending in the last fe [...]

Editorial: Boosting Intra-African Trade?

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 22-11-2013

San Bilal

The 18th African Union Summit of Heads of State was meant to provide the highest political support f [...]

Monitoring the EU-CARIFORUM EPA: Where are We and What are the Next Steps?

Publications | Published on 05-12-2014

Bruce Byiers | Quentin de Roquefeuil (Alumnus)

Since the EU-CARIFORUM Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) was signed in 2008 there is a sense on [...]


More Effective and Efficient Public Expenditure

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 22-11-2013

San Bilal

EditorialBy ECDPM and the OECD Development CentreIn the current economic context, marked in particul [...]


Civil society meetings in EU trade agreements: Recommendations and lessons for EPAs

Publications | Published on 19-09-2016

The conclusion, signing and ratification process of three new Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) [...]


Trade, Aid and Rural Development: EU Sugar Policy and the Experience of Swaziland

Publications | Published on 28-10-2013

In 2006, the European Union (EU) reformed its sugar policy, reducing the reference price for sugar b [...]


New ACP-EC Waiver at the WTO

Publications | Published on 04-11-2013

BackgroundFollowing the Cotonou Agreement signed on 23 June 2000, a new trade framework was put in p [...]


Coercion or Engagement? Economics and Institutions in ACP–EU Trade Negotiations

Publications | Published on 05-11-2013

If concluded, Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) will constitute unprecedented reciprocal free t [...]


Africa Rising: Free Trade on the Fastest Growing Continent in the World

Events | Published on 30-09-2014

Sean Woolfrey

Africa is the world's fastest growing and most natural resource-rich continent, with the real potent [...]