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EU-Africa Trade Relations: Why so Difficult?

June 19 2007
Venue: ECIPE, Brussels
Speakers: Peter Draper
Time: 10:00

In a new Jan Tumlir Policy Essay Peter Draper, a Senior Fellow of ECIPE and a Research Fellow of the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA), unfolds the current EPA negotiation process with clarity and subtlety.

At this lunch seminar, Peter Draper will outline the key trade-related development challenges faced by African countries, and discuss how far the current EPA process responds to these. Furthermore, the current problems in the EPA negotiations will be analysed and Peter Draper will outline possible scenarios to overcome the current impasse.

Read Mr Draper’s presentation from the seminar.

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