• Corpus ID: 166958234

The Impact of EU Free Trade Agreements on Economic Development and Regional Integration in Southern Africa: The Example of EU-SACU Trade Relations

@inproceedings{Meyn2006TheIO,
  title={The Impact of EU Free Trade Agreements on Economic Development and Regional Integration in Southern Africa: The Example of EU-SACU Trade Relations},
  author={Mareike Meyn},
  year={2006}
}
  • M. Meyn
  • Published 24 July 2006
  • Economics
North-South Free Trade Agreements are supposed to improve African countries' access to competitive inputs and consumer goods, to assist in creating an enabling trading environment and to help to improve the competitiveness of domestic companies by involving them in international networks. Negative effects such as revenue losses and trade diversion are meant to be offset by safeguard measures, technical assistance, and economic growth. The effects of a free trade agreement between the EU and the… 
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