Economic Integration in the Euro-Mediterranean Region
Rym Ayadi (),
Luc De Wulf,
Moez El Elj (),
Ahmed Ghoneim (),
Javier Lopez Gonzalez (),
Peter Holmes (),
Maryla Maliszewska and
Mahmut Tekçe ()
No 89, CASE Network Reports from CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research
This study evaluates the effects of the current Euro-Mediterranean Free Trade Agreement for the EU and the Mediterranean region, in order to assist policy makers in defining the next steps in the Euro-Mediterranean Road map till 2010 and beyond. It provides quantitative, qualitative and sectoral assessment of the impacts of the Euro-Mediterranean FTA on trade and investment, points out the partnerships’ strengths and weaknesses and provides policy recommendations with the view of realizing a goal of a well functioning free trade area in the future. The focus of the study is on Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, and Tunisia (MED5).
Keywords: EU; Mediterranean; regional integration; non-tariff barriers; international trade; investment; business perception survey (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F15 M38 P33 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 183 Pages
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