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The Impact of EU Export Refunds on the African Continent: An Impact Assessment

Cesar Revoredo-Giha, George Philippidis, Luiza Toma () and Alan Renwick

Journal of Development Studies, 2013, vol. 49, issue 12, 1651-1675

Abstract: The EU's export refund policy has long been a source of controversy for its perceived impacts on third country markets. However, the EU Commission maintain that these concerns are largely historic as CAP reforms mean that export refunds are now used infrequently. The purpose of this article is therefore to assess the impacts of refunds in the wake of the 2003 reform of the CAP using two complementary analyses: first, an analysis using a computable general equilibrium model and second, two case studies to assess the potential impact of export refunds in selected African developing countries.

Date: 2013
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DOI: 10.1080/00220388.2013.807500

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