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On the other hand, Angola retains its previous regime due to it being an LDC, and Tanzania is negotiating in the EAC, while South Africa exports to the EU under its own Trade, Development and Cooperation Agreement (TDCA) (21) signed in 1999 (EC, 2013; ECDPM, 2012-13, 2011).
Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda (also COMESA members) have negotiated a separate agreement with the EAC customs union along with Tanzania, member of SADC, as already mentioned (EC, 2013; ECDPM, 2012-1 3, 2011).
ECDPM is an independent foundation, established in 1986, as a "think and do tank".
Solignac Lecomte, "Aid for Trade Development: Lessons for Lome v" en ECDPM Discussion Paper, num.
Una investigacion basada en el enfoque MEL (Monitoring and Evaluating for Learning) permite desarrollar, con base en la evidencia empirica, cuales son las politicas "coherentes" con los resultados del desarrollo, lo que puede ayudar a los gobiernos de turno a promoverlas (ECDPM, 2006; Alonso et al., 2010).
The European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM) honoured Professor Peter Katjavivi, member of Parliament, with an award for his service to the centre over the last five years.
ECDPM, Cotonou infokit: The New ACP-EU Partnership Agreement (Maastricht, ECDPM).
For instance, in 2006, the AU awarded a consortium of European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) and Performance Management Consulting (PMC) to implement the institutional transformation component of the strategic plan.
"The ACP countries would like the EU to commit to increasing its development aid before the end of the 10th EDF period", explained Francesco Rampa from the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM).
(1997): Towards Coherence?: Development Cooperation Policy and the Development of Policy Cooperation, Bruselas, ECDPM.
"Louis Michel is defying the member states but is playing the Commission role according to the treaty definition", says James Mackie of the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM), who argues that the Commissioner's proposal would have appeared weak" had it not called for greater European coordination.