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Sunday, 17 December 2017

European Parliament

6 – 7 October : Meeting of the agriculture and rural development committee

7 October : Meeting of the international trade committee

ACP Secretariat

9 October : High-Level Dialogue on Cultural Diversity for Development: Digital Technology and the 2005 Convention - Brussels

Other

1 – 11 October Fair trade week - Brussels

6 – 12 October : 13th Caribbean Week of Agriculture 2014 - Suriname

9 – 12 October : AlimenTERRE film festival organized by SOS Faim – Brussels

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On 21st of August in Obala (Cameroon), COLEACP and the Interprofessional Coffee and Cocoa Council (ICCC) celebrates 14 months of cooperation on the occasion of a ceremony.Training of trainers with technical assistance actions have allowed the period to set up a permanent training structure.During the ceremony, the outcome of this joined initiative was praised by Michel Schleifer, representing the EU Delegation to Cameroon, as well as by various private and public-sector representatives, including the Ministries of Trade and of Agriculture, and the National Cocoa and Coffee Board (NCCB).

Friday, 03 October 2014

Neven Mimica, the Croatian commissioner for consumer protection has been nominated to be the next commissioner for International co-operation and development. He appeared on Monday 29th September at hearings at the European Parliament. During the three-hour hearings, he outlined as one of its priorites to negotiate and launch a post-Cotonou framework, and to strengthen the Union’s strategic partnership with Africa.

The Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) recently held a series of high-level meetings with senior officials from the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and key stakeholders in Haiti. The aim of these meetings was not only to strengthen ties with Haiti, but also to set the agenda for the Agency’s commitment to supporting Haiti’s buoyant private sector to achieve greater competitiveness and integration into the regional and international markets. At a meeting with Wilson Laleau, the Haitian Minister of Trade and Industry, the Executive Director, Pamela Coke-Hamilton, stressed the importance of the private sector in Haiti. She considers that: “Haiti has a role to play in integrating the Caribbean into the world economy, and there is a need to manage production and export capacity.”

The Senegalese Trade Minister declared on Monday in Dakar that the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) concluded by West Africa and the European Union (EU) can be regarded as a balanced agreement. Alioune Sarr was chairing the opening of an outreach seminar on EPA negotiations for economic journalists. “Faced with the gradual opening of our markets, the EU has undertaken to support the region by mobilising the financial resources needed to upgrade our production system,” added the Minister.

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