Getting the best from EBA
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CTA. 2002. Getting the best from EBA. Agritrade, April 2002. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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During his visit to Cambodia in February, EU Trade Commissioner Lamy...
During his visit to Cambodia in February, EU Trade Commissioner Lamy acknowledged that for Cambodia to be able to benefit from the EU's Everything But Arms initiative it would have to 'undertake a serious re-balancing of its export range'. Comment: Significantly the EU has only offered support for trade related technical assistance and capacity building to Cambodia in bringing about this serious re-balancing of its export range. This could be indicative of the types of support which least developed ACP countries can expect from the European Commission as they seek to exploit the new market opportunities opened up under the EBA. This however falls far short of the comprehensive programmes of assistance in addressing supply side constraints which the Joint Parliamentary Assembly called for in its declaration on future ACP-EU trade negotiations.
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