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Published by Centre for European Policy Studies in Bruxelles .
Written in English


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StatementChristopher Stevens.
SeriesCEPS papers -- no. 16
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Open LibraryOL13849351M

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From Lome III to Lome IV When the first Lome Convention was signed in it was hailed as a step on the road to a 'new international economic order'. Yet the economic situation of many ACP states has since deteriorated. This has conditioned profoundly the environment within which Lome IV is being negotiated, with the EC questioning the utility of. Papua New Guinea Solomon Islands Vanuatu Fiji Tonga Western Samoa Source: National Centre for Development Studies, South Pacific Economic and Social Database, Canberra. The change in the degree of trade preference dependence over time for the twoFile Size: KB. Enter your Convention Code to log in. International and Special Conventions. Special Convention Websites. RENEGOTIATING THE LOME CONVENTION - TRADE POLICY SCHEMES AND THEIR EFFECTS FOR AFRICAN REGIONS Leena Kerkelä*, Janne Niemi* and Risto Vaittinen**1 1*Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration, P.O. Box , FIN Helsinki, Finland, Correspondence: [email protected], ** Government Institute for Economic Research, , FIN .

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