Analytical Note, March 2007
Trade Negotiations in the Eastern and Southern African Region: Issues for Consideration.
This Analytical Note explores some of the main challenges that the countries of the EPA Eastern and Southern African region (ESA) face both in the WTO and in the EPA negotiating processes. It highlights the region’s interests in both settings and aims at increasing negotiators’ understanding about developmental implications that result from some of the interfaces between both processes.
This article was tagged: Agriculture, Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs), Industrialization, Least Developed Countries (LDCs), Regional Integration, Tariffs, Trade for Development, Trade Liberalization, World Trade Organization (WTO)