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The Lome Conventions and development: an empirical assessment



The Lome Conventions and development: an empirical assessment



The Lome Conventions and development: an empirical assessment: xiv + 250 pp.



This study is an assessment of the Lome Conventions initiated by the European Union. It examines the impact of both the trade and foreign direct investment (FDI) regimes of the Lome Conventions on the development aspirations of its intended beneficiaries, a group of sub-Saharan African, Caribbean and Pacific countries. Chapter 2 explains the agenda of the various Lome Conventions, their membership and duration. The analysis describes the negotiating process that characterized them.

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