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Development NGOs Prepare for Portuguese Presidency

Fatal trajectory of EPA negotiations

Whereas European Heads of State and Government will meet in Brussels later this week to held their summit under the German Presidency, NGOs are already preparing for the Portuguese Presidency in the second half of 2007. Their central concern is the future of European trade policy with ACP nations of the South. WDEV gives an outlook.


In recent months the EU’s negotiations for Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) with the ACP countries have entered a critical phase, and the European Commission (EC) has now made detailed proposals for EPA texts in all ACP regions ...

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Posted: 18 June 2007

The EU Presidency Outlook for Development / Latin American Governments and Foreign Investors


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