Analytical Note, June 2007
EPA Negotiations in the Central African Region: Some Issues for Consideration.
This Analytical Note explores some of the main challenges that the countries of the EPA Central African region face in the EPA negotiating process, including with respect to its interfaces with WTO negotiations. After reviewing some major production and trade patterns of the region, it highlights the region’s concerns in trade negotiations in an effort to increase negotiators’ understanding about the EPA developmental implications.
This article was tagged: Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs), Least Developed Countries (LDCs), Market Access, Most Favoured Nation (MFN), Regional Integration, Services, Tariffs, Trade for Development, Trade Liberalization, World Trade Organization (WTO)