Survey of the Rwandan economy in the light of its participation in COMESA. Report includes analysis of the current economy, trends and prospects and identification of major issues, benefits and constraints plus identification of future strategies in support of growth and development in the medium term
The overall objective is to support and facilitate the accession of Yemen to the World Trade Organisation, thereby contributing to improved efficiency in the Yemeni economy and long term economic growth. The project focuses specifically on supporting the preparation and co-ordination of the accession process. This means that the project directly supports the WTO Co-ordination and Communications Unit in the Ministry of Supply and Trade.
The present project falls within the Asia Investment Facility.
The specific objectives are:
To increase awareness among European and Indian business operators of business conditions and opportunities prevailing in India in the concerned economic sectors; Engineering, Food processing, Information technologies, and telecommunications.
Support the establishment of an effective legal basis to foster economic development and attract investment:
To provide a comprehensive analysis of all normative acts and legal documents relating to business development;
Gouvernance – Justice – Transparence
The overall objective of this project is to continue the EU’s assistance to the Customs and Taxation administrations in the beneficiary countries in preparing for future EU membership. The goal is ultimately to create professional, effective and efficient administrations that will provide value for money to the taxpayers by using limited resources to the best effect and to maximise revenue collection.
The project has two clearly-defined objectives, i.e.:To support Kazakhstan’s efforts in fostering reforms and increasing competitiveness of the country as well and efficiency/effectiveness of the State programming documents.To strengthen relationships between EU and Kazakhstan by means of exchange of expertise, best practices, know-how and an enhanced policy dialogue process.
Roma (in Kosovo also Ashkali and Egyptians) constitute the most marginalised people in Europe and are among the most vulnerable groups in the South-Eastern European Region (SEE). The urgency to address a sustainable integration of Roma and Sinti in Western and South Eastern Europe was addressed by OSCE participating states with the adoption of the Action Plan On Improving the Situation of Roma and Sinti within the OSCE Area in 2003.
The purpose of the project is to support Ukraine in the implementation of the PCA provisions and EU-UA Action Plan, in particular in terms of operation of joint bodies established within the framework of the PCA, improvement of the system of monitoring of the implementation of the PCA and the EU UA AP, to be then used also for the implementation of the agreement to replace the PCA new enhanced agreement, fostering of enhanced relationships between the EU and the UA after the replacement of the current PCA agreement.