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What Future for Lomé’s Commodity Protocols?

Publications | Published on 01-06-1999

Adam Dunlop

The Lomé Convention, a trade and development cooperation agreement between the European Union (EU) and 71 countries in Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP), will expire on February 28th 2000. The current Convention (Lomé IV) covers 1990-2000 and negotiations for a new agreement bega...


Organising trade negotiating capacity at the regional level

Publications | Published on 02-09-2004

Adam Dunlop | Stefan Szepesi

A case study of Jamaica, Barbados and the Caribbean region This paper is the result of a case study mission and interviews conducted by the authors with key stakeholders in the Caribbean (see annex 3). The authors are grateful to all the people interviewed who lent us their time, insights and ...


A strong cocktail or a weak punch? A case study of EDF assistance to the ACP private sector

Publications | Published on 01-01-2004

Adam Dunlop

This case study highlights some of the challenges faced by the European and African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) stakeholders in negotiating and delivering the EUR 70 million rum programme under the 8th European Development Fund (EDF). Implementation of this programme began in August 2002 an...