After Lomé: the next 20 years
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CTA. 2000. After Lomé: the next 20 years. Spore 88. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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June 23 2000, a new Partnership Agreement was signed in Cotonou, Benin, between the ACP States and the European Community and its Member States
On June 23 2000, a new Partnership Agreement was signed in Cotonou, Benin, between the ACP States and the European Community and its Member States. The agreement succeeds the Lomé Convention, within whose framework CTA operates. By linking the Agreement to international and UN pledges on such areas as social and sustainable development, its authors have steered ACP-EU relationships into a new age of maturity declaring it to be for a twenty-year period. The future role of CTA will be shaped by the Agreement; it will be described in more detail in Spore 89.
SubjectsINSTITUTIONS AND SERVICES;
- CTA Spore (English)