Que faut-il attendre des nouveaux accords de pêche UE-ACP ?. L'exemple du Sénégal
Since the late 1970s, the European Union (EU) has negotiated the fishing agreements with African-Caribbean-Pacific (ACP) countries for the member states. These agreements usually swap a financial contribution for an access to the resources of the third countries. Many experts consider their impact to be detrimental : overfishing, financial dependence, dismantled local markets, migration, etc. The reform of the Common Fisheries Policy in 2002 offers a new framework aimed at balancing development aid, trade and fishing agreements. The example of the EU-Senegal agreement, which was stopped in 2006, illustrates the difficulty in adjusting the macroeconomic disequilibrium of the ACP countries with regard to the EU.
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