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  1. Economic Partnerships : SADC-EU EPA Information Seminar: Workshop I:
    • Résumé : Trade in Services and Investment and the EPA Realising Development Benefits
    • 26 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 199Kb
  2. Economic Partnerships : EU-SADC EPA SPS
    • Résumé : Content • State of play of the SADC EPA • Main provisions • Special BTSF Africa
    • 26 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 87Kb
  3. Africa, Caribbean, Pacific : EU-EAC EPA Agreement - Consolidated text
    • Résumé : AGREEMENT ESTABLISHING A FRAMEWORK FOR AN ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY AND ITS MEMBER STATES, ON THE ONE PART, AND THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY PARTNER STATES
    • 12 February 2010
    • Type : Documents officiels
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 1452Kb
  4. Africa, Caribbean, Pacific : EU-EAC EPA Agreement - Final act
    • Résumé : Agreement establishing a Framework for an Economic Partnership Agreement between the East African Community Partner States and the European Community and its Member States
    • 12 February 2010
    • Type : Documents officiels
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 74Kb
  5. Economic Partnerships : Country profile Mauritius
    • Résumé : This fertile Indian Ocean island off the coast of Africa is the ACP countries' main sugar exporter to the EU – with sugar cane grown on 90% of its cultivated land
    • 8 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Other source
    • Format : PDF 11Kb
  6. Development : Trade Conference 16 March 2010 - EU Trade Policy towards Developing Countries - The EU GSP Scheme
    • Résumé : The EU GSP Scheme: how to maintain its effectiveness as a development tool? The conference will present the results of a comprehensive external evaluation of the EU's GSP scheme. The consultants' findings and policy recommendations will provide the basis for a debate on possible improvements to the scheme. With the current GSP Regulation expiring at the end of 2011, this will be a timely opportunity for interested stakeholders to provide initial input to the Commission's preparations for the successor scheme.
    • 2 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 82Kb
  7. Development : Trade Conference 16 March 2010 - EU Trade Policy towards Developing Countries - Integrating sustainable development in Trade Policy instruments
    • Résumé : Globalisation has led to increased competition with and from developing countries. Concerns about a level-playing field (e.g. related to climate change regulation) and about the real impacts of trade liberalisation, reinforced by the impact of the crisis, have increased the interest in trade and labour and trade and environment issues. Similarly, there is an increasing pressure to demonstrate how international trade and trade policy contribute to the achievement of universal human rights such as the right to development.
    • 2 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 75Kb
  8. Development : Trade Conference 16 March 2010 - EU Trade Policy towards Developing Countries - regional trade and trade rules as a tool for development
    • Résumé : The EU has a rich experience of the potential positive contribution of regional trade agreements to development, both with near neighbours and farther afield, and has an active negotiating agenda for trade agreements with a wide range of developing country partners worldwide.
    • 2 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 74Kb
  9. Development : Trade Conference 16 March 2010 - EU Trade Policy towards Developing Countries - What place for small developing countries in a diverse world – differentiation versus inclusiveness?
    • Résumé : The 2003 Cancun Ministerial was an early demonstration of the shift towards a new and more multi-polar set of geo-economic and geo-political realities, which was visibly confirmed most recently in Pittsburgh when Leaders designated the G20 as the premier forum for international economic cooperation among the advanced industrialized countries and rising powers. According to World Bank President Robert Zoellick "we must recognize that developing countries are key to the solution today, progress tomorrow, and prosperity in years to come."
    • 2 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 88Kb
  10. Development : EU Trade Policy towards Developing Countries - Challenges and opportunities for the next years - Background
    • Résumé : Background document for the Conference of 16 March 2010, Brussels
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    • 2 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 121Kb
  11. Development : EU Trade Policy towards Developing Countries - Challenges and opportunities for the next years - Info sheet
    • Résumé : Information sheet for the Conference of 16 March 2010, Brussels
    • 2 February 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 50Kb
  12. Economic Partnerships : Trade for development: EU fully opens its market to African, Caribbean and Pacific countries
    • Résumé : On 1 January 2010, the EU scrapped its last remaining quotas on imports from sub-Saharan Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP) – in this case on rice. The move comes as part of new trade and development deals between the EU and groups of ACP countries.
    • 27 January 2010
    • Type : Communiqués de presse
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 16Kb
  13. Economic Partnerships : The Bahamas initials EPA trade in services and investment commitments with the European Union
    • Résumé : The Bahamas has initialled on 25 January 2010 its trade in services and investment commitments with the EU as part of the Economic Partnership Agreement which links the EU and 15 Caribbean States. These commitments will enhance predictability and legal certainty in the Bahamas and hence encourage foreign direct investment for the benefit of the local economy. The Bahamas service providers and investors will also obtain better access to the EU market, as provided for in the Cariforum-EU EPA.
    • 25 January 2010
    • Type : Communiqués de presse
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 10Kb
  14. Africa, Caribbean, Pacific : CARIFORUM-EU EPA - Table of contents
    • Résumé : CARIFORUM-EU EPA - Table of contents
    • 4 January 2010
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 91Kb
  15. Africa, Caribbean, Pacific : The CARIFORUM-EC Economic Partnership Agreement
    • Résumé : The CARIFORUM-EC Economic Partnership Agreement - summary fact sheet
    • 30 December 2009
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 122Kb
  16. Africa, Caribbean, Pacific : Introduction to the CARIFORUM-EC EPA
    • Résumé : Introduction to the CARIFORUM-EC EPA
    • 30 December 2009
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 139Kb
  17. Africa, Caribbean, Pacific : History of the negotiations of the CARIFORUM-EU EPA
    • Résumé : History of the negotiations of the CARIFORUM-EU EPA
    • 30 December 2009
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 115Kb
  18. Africa, Caribbean, Pacific : Press release - ESA-EU EPA information seminar
    • Résumé : Press release - ESA-EU EPA information seminar
    • 23 December 2009
    • Type : Communiqués de presse
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 64Kb
  19. Agriculture : EU-Latin America Bananas Agreement - Q&A
    • Résumé : The EU-Latin America Bananas Agreement - Questions and Answers
    • 15 December 2009
    • Type : Autres
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 41Kb
  20. EU and WTO : Ending the longest trade dispute in history: EU initials deal on bananas
    • Résumé : Meeting at the WTO in Geneva, ambassadors from the EU and Latin American countries today agreed to end a 15-year dispute over EU banana imports. In the deal, seen as a boost for the Doha Round of world trade talks, the EU will gradually cut its import tariff on bananas from Latin America from €176 per tonne to €114. In response, the US has agreed to settle its related dispute with the EU. The EU has also offered to mobilise up to €200 million for the main African and Caribbean banana-exporting countries to help them adjust to stiffer competition from Latin America.
    • 15 December 2009
    • Type : Communiqués de presse
    • Source : Commission
    • Format : PDF 25Kb

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