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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Van Reisen Report: study on the Future Perspectives of the ACP Group

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RESUME ANALYTIQUE: Etude sur les perspectives futures du Groupe ACP

 

This study concludes that a fast changing context is crucial in the range of options that can be considered for the future perspectives of the ACP group. Extensive interviews with over 60 representatives, government ministers, ambassadors and other resource people from ACP countries and beyond provide the empirical material for this study.

La présente étude est parvenue à la conclusion que le contexte mondial en mutation rapide constitue un facteur crucial dans l’éventail d’options qui peuvent être examinées au titre des perspectives d’avenir du Groupe ACP. Les entretiens intensifs menés avec plus de 60 représentants, ministres gouvernementaux, ambassadeurs et autres personnes ressources provenant des pays ACP et d’autres horizons ont fourni les éléments empiriques utilisés pour la réalisation de l’étude.

 

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