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Market Access Issues in International Food Trade

ISBN13: 9781780683287
Published: May 2015
Publisher: Intersentia Publishers
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £67.00

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This book focuses on the influence of food safety and quality requirements on international trade in food. Drawing on the case of Benin and other fishery products exporting countries in West and East Africa, the book explores the consequences of EU requirements on market access and food safety regulation in exporting developing countries. Moreover, it examines the processes through which UEMOA Member States intend to overcome their food safety challenges thanks to regional cooperation. In this regard, the book dwells on the conditions and mechanisms of regulatory convergence within the UEMOA.

In addition to exploring the differences in approaches to food safety regulation (proactive or reactive approaches) between the EU and most West African developing countries, the book further analyses the case of Benin shrimp exports to the EU in the light of the rules of the World Trade Organization (WTO). Essentially, the book assesses whether WTO rules provide sufficient leverage to enable weaker countries to press for reforms in other WTO Members' food safety laws so as to avoid protectionism and unnecessary obstacles to trade.

International Trade, Food Law
Chapter I. Introduction (p.
Chapter II. Background on Benin and its shrimp sector (p.
Chapter III. Food safety regulation in the European Union (p.
Chapter IV. Food safety regulation in Benin (p.
Chapter V. Improving compliance to access the EU fishery products market (p.
Chapter VI. Food safety at the regional level (p.
Chapter VII. Assessing the implementation of the SPS and TBT Agreements (p.
Chapter VIII. Conclusion (p.

Summary (p.
Policy documents, Guidelines and Reports (p.
Legislation (p.
Bibliography (p.
Curriculum vitae (p.