EU, South Africa Discuss Options for Closer Economic Ties at Presidential Summit

November 22, 2018

South African leaders met with their European counterparts in Brussels for a presidential summit on 15 November to discuss future opportunities for cooperation, including on economic issues. Discussions between the two sides included a wide array of topics such as  trade and market access, Brexit, migration, and sustainability, among others.

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Topics: EUROPEAN UNION (EU) GLOBAL ECONOMY ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENTS (EPA)

Regions: SOUTH AFRICA

Authors: INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR TRADE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (ICTSD)

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