The Cotonou Agreement And Its Implications For The Regional Trade Agenda In Eastern And Southern Africa

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World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 3090 (June 2003)
The paper argues that the Cotonou Agreement and EPA negotiations could become the external driving force that will push the regional organizations to rationalize and harmonize their regional trade arrangements, thus strengthening the integration process and economies of the region, and assisting the Eastern and Southern Africa region in becoming a more active partner in the global economy.
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