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A perspective on negotiating successfully services and investment: from the interim EPAs to the full EPA. The example of the EC/Cariforum EPA

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presentation by European Commission, DG trade at ESA/EAC Seminar on Trade in Services and Investments in the EPA negotiations , Kampala, 28-29 May 2008

presentation by European Commission, DG trade at ESA/EAC Seminar on Trade in Services and Investments in the EPA negotiations , Kampala, 28-29 May 2008

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  • 1. External Trade A perspective on negotiating successfully Services and Investment: from the interim EPAs to the full EPA. The example of the EC/Cariforum EPA. ESA/EAC seminar on services and establisment in EPAs Kampala, May 2008
  • 2. External Trade STRUCTURE OF THE PRESENTATION 1. Why we want EPAs? 2. Main principles of EPAs 3. The way to full EPAs 4. The EU-Cariforum EPA
  • 3. External Trade Why we want EPAs? • Economic growth through increased services exports and through more FDI • Better functioning markets through balanced liberalization and resulting modernisation of markets and support to ensure regulatory environment • Predictable rules and legal certainty

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