|Author (Person)||Ait Ali, Abdelaaziz, Dadush, Uri, Msadfa, Yassine, Myachenkova, Yana|
|Publisher||Bruegel, Policy Center for the New South (PCNS)|
|Series Title||Bruegel Policy Report|
|Series Details||Pages 81|
|Publication Date||February 2019|
|Content Type||Research Paper|
The trade agreements that the European Union has with North African countries – with Algeria, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia – are often seen as having delivered disappointing results since they came into force during the 2000s. The four North African countries have seen insufficient growth in their exports to the EU, and have undergone only limited diversification. In the meantime, the EU’s exports to North Africa have grown quite rapidly.
This joint publication collects the papers produced as part of the third collaboration between Bruegel and the Policy Center for the New South (PCNS).
|Subject Tags||Bilateral Relations|
|Countries / Regions||Northern Africa|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|