|EPAs remain highly antidevelopment in Africa|
|Written by El Hadji Diouf|
|Thursday, 24 June 2010 16:09|
Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) are still highly anti-development, despite European Union promises to the contrary. It is thus imperative for poor African countries to stand their grand and reject signing any such deals with the EU, *El Hadji Diouf states in an interview with IPS.
The contentious trade deals known as the EPAs will, in their current form, not do African countries any good as they still do not
It is a "million dollar question" why African LDCs would enter into economic partnership agreements (EPAs) with the EU as what remains of especially their agricultural markets will be overrun with subsidised European produce.
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