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African trade and agriculture ministers sow a seed for closer cooperation

Talking Points Blog | Published on 07-12-2012

Dan Lui

For the first time, African Union ministers of trade and agriculture gathered last week at a joint conference in Addis Ababa. Originally scheduled for late October, the conference had been postponed since not enough ministers from AU member states had confirmed their attendance.

CAADP and the Emerging Economies: Why so Little Traction?

Talking Points Blog | Published on 17-09-2013

Dan Lui

Emerging Economies are being fairly Reluctant towards fully Aligning their Agricultural Support to the CAADP (Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme) framework.

The Aid for Trade Agenda and Accompanying Measures for EPAs: Current State of Affairs

Publications | Published on 03-11-2008

Dan Lui

The Aid for Trade (AfT) agenda emerged at the World Trade Organization (WTO) Hong Kong Ministerial Conference in late 2005, yet progress in moving beyond the discussion of concepts and towards concrete implementation in the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries has proved complicate...


The Cariforum-EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA)

Publications | Published on 02-03-2009

Mareike Meyn | Christopher Stevens | Jane Kennan | Nick Highton | Corinna Braun-Munzinger | Dan Lui | Collette Campbell | John Rapley

The Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) between the Caribbean Forum (Cariforum) and the European Community (EC) is the only comprehensive EPA negotiated so far, and was signed by all parties (except Haiti) in October 2008. Now that the details have been finalised a start can be made to identi...