Resources

4 September 2008

 

Monitoring economic partnership agreements: inputs to the negotiations and beyond, Michael Brüntrup and Tobias Reichert (DIE), Sanoussi Bilal, Franziska Jerosch, Niels Keijzer, Christiane Loquai and Francesco Rampa, (ECDPM), July 2008, www.die-gdi.de and www.ecdpm.org

Accord de Partenariat Économique d'étape entre la Côte d'Ivoire, d'une part, et la Communauté européenne et ses Etats membres, d'autre part, Publié par le Conseil de l'Union européenne, annexe à la proposition de décision du Conseil relative à la conclusion de l'Accord d'étape, 17 juillet 2008, http://register.consilium.europa.eu

Agreement establishing a stepping stone Economic Partnership Agreement between Ghana, on the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, on the other part, Published by the Council of the European Union, annex to the proposal for a Council decision concluding the agreement, July 15 2008, http://register.consilium.europa.eu

Council Regulation applying a scheme of generalised tariff preferences for the period from 1 January 2009 to 31 December 2011, Official Journal of the European Union, August 6 2008, http://eur-lex.europa.eu

The European Union Generalised system of preferences: an assessment of the evidential base, Simon J. Evenett, University of St. Gallen and CEPR, June 2008, www.acp-eu-trade.org

Working document on the development impact of Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs), Committee on Development, European Parliament, Rapporteur: Jürgen Schröder, July 1 2008, www.europarl.europa.eu

Services negotiations in the EAC-EC APA, Francis Mangeni, Working Paper, GTZ, June 2008, www.gtz.de

EPA negotiations on Trade in Services: Implications and recommendations for Southern Africa, Nkululeko Khumalo, Working Paper, GTZ, May 2008, www.gtz.de

Investment negotiations in the EAC-EU EPA, Francis Mangeni, Working Paper, GTZ, July 2008, www.gtz.de

The Cariforum-EC EPA: An Analysis of its Government Procurement and Competition Law-Related Provisions, Kamala Dawar, Simon J. Evenett, Working Paper, GTZ, June 2008, www.gtz.de

Cariforum EPA and beyond: Study on Social Aspects and Environment, Philipp Schukat, Working Paper, GTZ, July 2008, www.gtz.de

EPA negotiations on Trade in Services: Analysis of the CARIFORUM-EU EPA, Allyson Francis, Hedi Ullrich, Working Paper, GTZ, July 2008, www.gtz.de

Market access for FDI and Rules on Investment: Conclusions and Policy Options for ongoing EPA negotiations in Southern Africa, Riekie Wandrag, Working Paper, GTZ, July 2008, www.gtz.de

The Cariforum-EU EPA and Interim Agreement between other ACP Regions and the EU: Investment Provisions and Commitments, Thomas J. Westcott, Working Paper, GTZ, July 2008, www.gtz.de

Innovation and Intellectual Property in the EC-CARIFORUM EPA: Lessons for other ACP Regions, Sisule F. Musungu, Working Paper, GTZ, July 2008, www.gtz.de

Economic Partnership Agreements Negotiations: A Comparative Assessment of the Interim Agreements, UNECA, 7 March 2008, www.uneca.org

Rules of Origin and the European Union's Preferential Trade Agreements, with Special Reference to the EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements, Peter Gibbon, DIIS Working Paper no 2008/15, July 2008, www.diis.dk

The EPA at a glance: An Overview of the CARIFORUM-EC Economic Partnership Agreement, CRNM, July 2008, www.crnm.org

Senegal: selected issues (including Fiscal Implications of an Economic Partnership Agreement), IMF country report No. 08/221, July 2008, www.imf.org

Devastating Floods - Man Made : European Trade Policy Violates Right to Food in Ghana - Chicken and Tomatoes, Armin Paasch, Germanwatch, Both Ends, UK Food Group and FIAN, May 2008, www.germanwatch.org

 

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