European policies in West Africa: who benefits from fisheries agreements?

@inproceedings{Kaczynski2002EuropeanPI,
  title={European policies in West Africa: who benefits from fisheries agreements?},
  author={Vlad M. Kaczynski and David L. Fluharty},
  year={2002}
}
Fishery cooperation agreements with the Sub-Saharan West African coastal states are considered by the European Union as purely commercial deals that are designed to maximize access to coastal state fishery resources, secure employment for European harvesting and processing industries and supply European seafood consumption markets at the lowest possible cost. Financial compensation paid by Brussels to the West African countries for fishing rights covers two-thirds or more of the license fees… CONTINUE READING

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