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“…signed the Cotonou Agreement in 2000 as a successor to the Lomé Convention. 83 By virtue of a WTO-authorized waiver, the Cotonou Agreement maintained non-reciprocal trade preferences for ACP exports until December 2007, by which time the parties were committed to conclude new WTO-compatible economic partnership agreements, removing progressively barriers to trade between them. 84 Despite benefitting from such preferential trade scheme, ACP countries were unable to successfully take advantage of their preferential status and actually performed worse off than other competing developing countries.…”
Section: Eu Trade Preferences For Acp Statesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…signed the Cotonou Agreement in 2000 as a successor to the Lomé Convention. 83 By virtue of a WTO-authorized waiver, the Cotonou Agreement maintained non-reciprocal trade preferences for ACP exports until December 2007, by which time the parties were committed to conclude new WTO-compatible economic partnership agreements, removing progressively barriers to trade between them. 84 Despite benefitting from such preferential trade scheme, ACP countries were unable to successfully take advantage of their preferential status and actually performed worse off than other competing developing countries.…”
Section: Eu Trade Preferences For Acp Statesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Convention was very clear on the need to differentiate responsibilities according to capabilities by highlighting 'the circumstances and particular requirements of developing countries' in its preamble and by relating parties' general obligations to 'the means at their disposal and their capabilities'. 83 Notably, the Convention's aim of securing internationally binding regulation in respect of the emission of ozone-depleting CFCs, motivated the 1987 Montreal Protocol.…”
Section: The Montreal Protocol 79mentioning
confidence: 99%
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