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Accords bilatéraux : comment l'UE élargit ses horizons commerciaux

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  • Houssein Guimbard
  • Maria Priscila Ramos

En marge du processus de libéralisation multilatérale des 153 membres de l'OMC, les politiques commerciales n'ont cessé d'évoluer au niveau régional et bilatéral. L'Union européenne (UE), parallèlement à son engagement au sein du cycle de Doha, cherche à consolider ses relations commerciales avec certains partenaires, via des accords bilatéraux. L'UE négocie notamment avec deux groupes de pays : le MERCOSUR et l'ASEAN. Les termes de la négociation font de l'accord en vue avec le MERCOSUR une sorte de Doha miniature ; avec l'ASEAN, il s'agit de dépasser les propositions multilatérales, notamment dans le domaine des services. Des simulations effectuées avec le modèle MIRAGE permettent de préciser les enjeux de ces deux projets.

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Article provided by CEPII research center in its journal La Lettre du CEPII.

Volume (Year): (2008)
Issue (Month): 281 ()

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Handle: RePEc:cii:cepill:2008-281
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