EU trade and development policy beyond the ACP: subordinating developmental to commercial imperatives in the reform of GSP

@article{SilesBrgge2014EUTA,
  title={EU trade and development policy beyond the ACP: subordinating developmental to commercial imperatives in the reform of GSP},
  author={Gabriel Siles-Br{\"u}gge},
  journal={Contemporary Politics},
  year={2014},
  volume={20},
  pages={49 - 62}
}
Following the stagnation of negotiations with the African, Caribbean and Pacific states, the centrepiece of the European Union's (EU's) trade and development strategy has been a reform of the Generalised System of Preferences. Although policy-makers in the Commission's Directorate General for Trade have argued they are ‘refocusing’ these preferences on the ‘neediest’, by rendering a significant proportion of emerging economies' exports ineligible for the scheme, this article argues that the… Expand
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