Development Implications of Economic Partnership Agreements for Africa

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Mayur Patel, Project Associate with the Global Trade Governance Project recently published the following policy brief on ‘Economic Partnership Agreements between the EU and African Countries: The Development Implications for Ghana’. It is published by Realizing Rights: the Ethical Globalisation Initiative, an NGO founded by Mary Robinson (former President of Ireland).

Please find the document below.