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Author
Kalicka-Mikołajczyk Adriana (Uniwersytet Wrocławski)
Title
Pogłębiona i kompleksowa strefa wolnego handlu - nowa forma współpracy gospodarczej Unii Europejskiej z krajami partnerskimi Europy Wschodniej i Kaukazu Południowego w ramach Europejskiej Polityki Sąsiedztwa
Deepen and Congeneric Free Trade Area - a New Form of Business Collaboration of the European Union with its Neighbours from Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus within the European Neighbourhood Policy
Source
Ekonomia - Wroclaw Economic Review, 2016, tom 22, nr 2, s. 27-42, bibliogr. s. 41
Keyword
Strefy wolnego handlu, Współpraca gospodarcza, Europejska Polityka Sąsiedztwa
Free trade area, Economic cooperation, European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP)
Note
summ.; JEL Classification: K190, K290, K39, O19, O240
Company
Unia Europejska (UE)
European Union (EU)
Country
Europa Wschodnia, Południowy Kaukaz
Eastern Europe, South Caucasus
Abstract
Zasadniczym celem niniejszego artykułu jest przedstawienie w oparciu o metodę analityczno-prawną podobieństw i zasadniczych różnic pomiędzy strefą wolnego handlu, będącą dotychczas główną formą powiązań państw trzecich z UE w ramach polityki handlowej a nową formą - pogłębioną i kompleksową strefą wolnego handlu, którą UE zaproponowała państwom sąsiedzkim w ramach EPS. (fragment tekstu)

The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) was developed in 2004, with the objective of avoiding of new dividing lines between the enlarged EU and its neighbours and strengthening the prosperity, stability and security of all participants. Within the ENP the European Union offers its neighbours a privileged relationship building upon a mutual commitment to common values, political association and deeper economic integration. The ENP links partner countries with the EU's internal market and its social and economic model. For partners, this means adopting basic rules on equal opportunities, economic participation and fair competition. The ENP builds upon the legal agreements in place between the EU and the partner countries: Partnership and Cooperation Agreements or Association Agreements. Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova signed Association Agreements with the EU on 27 June 2014. The deep and comprehensive free trade agreement is part of a new generation of Association Agreements with eastern partner countries which provides a long-term foundation for future economic relations with the European Union. It was agreed that Association Agreement should take an ambitious and innovative approach, include a deep and comprehensive free trade area and go qualitatively beyond the current Partnership and Cooperation Agreement wherever possible. It contains binding, rule-based provisions and cooperation developed further than in traditional agreements and it is wide-ranging, covering all areas of interest. The deep and comprehensive free trade area is part of the Association Agreement which offer a new framework for modernising partner countries trade relations and for economic development by the opening of markets via the progressive removal of customs tariffs and quotas, and by an extensive harmonisation of laws, norms and regulations in various trade-related sectors, creating the conditions for aligning key sectors of the eastern partners economy to European Union standards. The deep and comprehensive free trade areas are expected to bring many economic benefits for Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine by offering businesses access to the EU's single market - the largest in the world. (original abstract)
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ISSN
2084-4093
Language
pol
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.19195/2084-4093.22.2.2
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