The Cotonou Agreement: a User's Guide: Economic Paper 63

Overview

This ‘user’s guide’ provides easily accessible information on what is possible under the Cotonou Agreement, using 149 simple questions. It needs to be seen against the background of efforts to simplify the basic text of the ACP-EU co-operation agreement. As a consequence of this effort detailed provisions essential to the implementation of ACP-EU co-operation activities have often been relegated to annexes and protocols, or they are left to be clarified by internal guidelines produced by implementing agencies. ...
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Overview

This ‘user’s guide’ provides easily accessible information on what is possible under the Cotonou Agreement, using 149 simple questions. It needs to be seen against the background of efforts to simplify the basic text of the ACP-EU co-operation agreement. As a consequence of this effort detailed provisions essential to the implementation of ACP-EU co-operation activities have often been relegated to annexes and protocols, or they are left to be clarified by internal guidelines produced by implementing agencies. This is why this simple question-and-answer guide to the various aspects of ACP-EU co-operation has been produced. It is divided into four main parts: The Structure of the Cotonou Agreement; Development Assistance Under the Cotonou Agreement; Trade Arrangements Under the Cotonou Agreement; Political Relations Under the Cotonou Agreement. The main section is supplemented by 43 annexes providing more detailed information on issues raised in the main text.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780850927894
  • Publisher: Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Publication date: 1/28/2005
  • Series: Economic Paper Series
  • Pages: 86
  • Product dimensions: 6.12 (w) x 8.76 (h) x 1.01 (d)

Meet the Author

Roman Grynberg is the Deputy Director of the Economic Affairs Division, Commonwealth Secretariat, London.

Paul Goodisman was director of the National Institute for Studies and Research in Guinea Bissau before joining the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in the early 1990s. He is the United Nations and UNDP representative in Brazil and has published widely on development economics.

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Table of Contents

Pt. 1 The structure of the Cotonou agreement 1
Pt. 2 Development assistance under the Cotonou agreement 11
Pt. 3 Trade arrangements under the Cotonou agreement 147
Pt. 4 Political relations under the Cotonou agreement 193
Annex 1 Financial protocol 211
Annex 2 General provisions 213
Annex 3 The European commission's regional cooperation principles and objectives 215
Annex 4 Presentation of the indicative programme 217
Annex 5 EIB desk officers and contact details 220
Annex 6 Applying for EIB funding 221
Annex 7 What intermediate financial institutions currently manage EIB global loans 223
Annex 8 CTA application for seminar support programme 231
Annex 9 Contact details of CDE headquarters and Caribbean regional office 237
Annex 10 Contact details of CDE decentralised management units 238
Annex 11 Contact details of CDE antennae network 240
Annex 12 Contact details of CDE EU network 248
Annex 13 The tasks of the inter-service quality support group 252
Annex 14 The tasks of the office quality support group 253
Annex 15 The tasks of the directorate quality support group 255
Annex 16 Declaration XXII, joint declaration concerning agricultural products referred to in Article 1(2) (A) of annex V 256
Annex 17 Rules of origin applied to ACP fisheries products 271
Annex 18 List of workings or processing required to be carried out on non-originating materials in order that the product manufactured can obtain originating status 273
Annex 19 List of working or processing conferring the character of ACP origin on a product obtained when working or processing is carried out on textile materials originating in developing countries referred to in Article 6(11) of this protocol 348
Annex 20 Textile products excluded from the cumulation procedure with certain developing countries referred to in Article 6(11) of the protocol 355
Annex 21 Products for which the cumulation provisions with South Africa referred to in Article 6(3) apply after 3 years from the provisional application of the agreement on trade, development and co-operation between the European community and the Republic of South Africa 356
Annex 22 Products for which the cumulation provisions with South Africa referred to in Article 6(3) apply after 6 years from the provisional application of the agreement on trade, development and co-operation between the European community and the Republic of South Africa 373
Annex 23 Products to which Article 6(3) shall not be applicable 380
Annex 24 Fishery products to which Article 6(3) shall temporarily not be applicable 392
Annex 25 Form for application for derogation 395
Annex 26 EUR 1 movement certificate 397
Annex 27 Declaration by the exporter 399
Annex 28 Information certificate 400
Annex 29 Application for a movement certificate 403
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