Africa Europe 2000 – Trade, Industry and Development

Africa Europe 2000 – Trade, Industry and Development

  • Published in conjunction with the Africa-European Union Economic Forum (AEUEF).
  • 176 pages, softback, A4 sized
  • December 1999
  • English
Contents
Forum Mission Statement
Forward
By Roger Sibley, Chairman, AEUEF
Challenges and Prospects for Africa on the Eve of the 21st Century
By Kofi Annan, Secretary General, United Nations
Africa and the Commonwealth: Meeting the Challenges of Sustainable Peace and Development
By Ameka Anyaoku, Secretary General, Commonwealth
Africa and the Evolution of ACP-EU Cooperation
By Ng’andu Peter Magande, Secretary General, ACP Group
Privatisation and Investment in Ghana
By President Jerry John Rawlings
Integrating Africa in to the Globalisation Process
By Kwesi Botchway
Promoting People-Centred Development in Africa
By Julius K. Nyerere
Europe and Africa: A New Start in 2000
By Jan Willem Gunning
A New EU-ACP Cooperation Agreement in 2000: Trade Relations and the Role for the Private Sector
By Philip Lowe
Relaunching African Development
By Michel Rocard
Members of the European Parliament
Strengthening Europe’s Role in International Development
By Clare Short
The European Investment Bank’s Finance for Sustainable Development in Africa – Lomé IV and Beyond
By Martin Curwen
Promoting Private Sector Participation in Africa’s Infrastructure
By Omar Kabbaj
Promoting Africa’s Private Sector
By James O. Onobiono
Is There an Economic Recovery in Sub-Saharan Africa?
By Callisto Madavo Jean-Louis Sarbib
Africa’s Health – The Way Forward
By Luis Sambo
Developments in African Telecommunications
Supporting Telecommunications Development
By David Souter
Striving for Good Governance and Fighting Corruption in a Globalised Economy
By Baroness Chalker
Conflict Transformation in Africa
By Kevin P. Clements
Moving Beyond Aid
By Andrew Kingman
Trade Unions in Africa
By Andrew Kailembo
Stamps Promote Africa
By Peter Jennings
Directory of Organisations Involved in African and European Affairs
Acknowledgements
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