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Tuesday, 19 February 2019
The attached statistics covering the first two months of 2010 will also be part of the 2010 Annual Report, which will be submitted by the Commission to the European Parliament later this year. The statistics have not been subject to a detailed analysis but rather give an indication of the evolution of the anti-dumping, anti-subsidy and safeguard activities.
Tuesday, 23 March 2010
The European Commission and the African Caraibean Pacific group of 79 States have concluded the second revision of the Cotonou Partnership Agreement. As a result of fruitful dialogue since mid-2009, ACP-EU cooperation will be adapted to today's challenges, such as climate change, food security, regional integration, State fragility and aid effectiveness.
The purpose of the study is to identify the potential advantages and disadvantages of executive structures for development cooperation and humanitarian assistance for the achievement of the MDGs. The relevance of the study is the administrative reform expected in 2009, aiming to have greater integration of the EU’s policies in external relations and to create greater coherence between its Common Foreign Security and Defence policies with other parts of its external relations.

South Africa, Angola, and Namibia could soon be left in the cold if they continue to resist signing the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Union (EU) which is increasingly under pressure to streamline its trading policies under World Trade Organisation (WTO) regulations, the European Commission’s trade directorate has said.

In 2009, a total of 11 grant operations were approved by the EU-Africa Infrastructure Trust Fund to build large-scale energy, transport and information and communication technology infrastructures of regional importance across Africa. The Trust Fund, managed by the European Investment Bank, further expanded its budget in 2009.