Politique commerciale / Trade Policy
To prepare an overall training programme consisting of three days training sessions based in Brussels as well as four days training sessions on a regional level based in the Delegations.
The TA has four components:
1) Deepening the analysis of tariff and industrial impact analysis in Viet Nam. Assistance builds on the existing ADB tariff analysis that reviews the direction, structure of tariff policy analysis and its implication for performance of domestic manufacturing…
Framework Contract Lot 6 to provide with Timely and Flexible Access to High Quality Technical Experts in the Specific Areas of Trade Expertise
The objective is to provide the European Commission and its development partners in developing countries and transition economies(including ACP countries) with timely and flexible access to high quality technical experts in the specific areas of trade expertise. In particular…
There was two parts:
– ESA95 versus Lithuanian national budget comparison training;
– Budget forecasts training;
– Overall audit and analysis of the various accounts procedure and data flows aiming to provide ESA 95 presentation of the Lithuanian budget.
Gouvernance – Justice – Transparence / Governance - Justice - Transparency
The general Objective of this mission is to identify, on the basis of the previous MEDA JHA I and II programmes and of the ENPI South Regional Strategy Paper and of the Regional Indicative Programme 2007-2010, the future regional project « EuroMed Police III ».
The project’s objective is to support to the Ministry of Justice – Directorate General of the Prison and Reintegration Administration (DGAPR) – for the planning, implementation, management and monitoring of a 17 million EUR project for the reform of the Algerian prison system.
The overall objective of the project is to assist the Moldovan Authorities in implementing the priorities set out in the EU – Moldova bilateral agreements. Specific objectives: Objective 1: To support and monitor the implementation of the measures established in the current as well as possible future bilateral agreements between the EU and the Republic of Moldova within the framework of the European Neighbourhood Policy…
Since Armenia and the EU signed a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA), the EU has been supporting its implementation mainly through the AEPLAC Project. AEPLAC IV started its operations in November 2005 and concentrated on institutional analysis and capacity building.
Développement et environnement des affaires / Development and Business Environment
Economic & Investment Study Covering Effects of Liberalization and Privatization Policies, Banking Reforms, Investment Incentives, Economic Growth Rates and Trends, IPR, Standards and State Regulations
Asia Invest country study covering effects of liberalization and privatization policies, banking reforms, investment incentives, economic growth rates and trends, IPR, standards and state regulations (taxation, customs, repatriation of profits, labor, etc.), identification of key sectors etc. as a means of furthering European FDI.
Development and strengthening of the dairy sector and food processing sectors in China providing Technical Assistance and strengthening Business links with European Agro food sectors.
The project involved a broad range of SME development activities including counselling to Chinese entreprises, training to Chinese entrepreneurs and managers, and development of pre-feasibility studies to support business linkages with prospective European investors in the agro-food sector.
Export Promotion for SMEs, Analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the export activities of French SMEs for the Ministry of Housing, Equipment and Public Works
Analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the export activities of French SMEs for the Ministry of Housing, Equipment and Public Works.
Elaboration of an export / industrial development / investment promotion strategy for the Ivory Coast and reorganization of the country’s promotional services and agencies in collaboration with the Ministry of Trade. This included analysis and recommendations of the means of developing closer contacts and co-operation between the three main representative bodies qua producers (FNISCI), investors (CEPICI) and exporters (APEX-CI).