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South-south cooperation

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par Hanif Bazunu ISSAKA
Université Cadi Ayyad (Marrakech) - Licence en science Economie et Gestion 2007
  

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UNIVERSITY OF CADI AYYAD

FACULTY OF LAW AND ECONOMIC SCIENCES

MARRAKECH.

A SUMMARISED REPORT ON AN ESSAY PRESENTED AT THE END OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT

On

South-south cooperation,

A case study of agreements on cooperation between the Republic of Ghana and the Kingdom of Morocco.

Prepared by ISSAKA Hanif Bazunu

Supervised by Prof. Abdel Majid EL COHEN

at the request of His Excellency the Ambassador of the Republic of Ghana KOBINA ANNAN.

2007/2008

PREFACE

South-South cooperation is an important complement for the development of international cooperation. The two resolutions on international support for the New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) adopted by the United Nations General Assembly at its fifty-seventh and fifty-eighth sessions (Assembly resolutions 57/7 and 58/233) recognized the important contribution that South-South cooperation could make to the implementation of NEPAD and encouraged Africa's development partners to support it.

South-South cooperation is traditionally viewed as encompassing technical cooperation among developing countries, with a focus on sharing of experiences or exchanges in capacity building, technical assistance, and economic cooperation among developing countries. Hence, «South-South» is often used as a synonym for economic and technical cooperation among the developing countries. Over time, the nature and scope of South-South cooperation has evolved, extending to non-traditional areas such as peace and security, including human rights and electoral assistance.

It is in line with these facts that I have written on the topic south-south cooperation, with a case study of cooperation agreements between the Republic of Ghana and the Kingdom of Morocco.

Through this essay, I have been able to take a look at the economic and bilateral relations between the Republic of Ghana and the Kingdom of Morocco while making a critical analysis of the agreements and memoranda of understandings signed by the two countries.

Based on these analysis and observations, I assessed the agreements that have already been signed, taking into consideration the achievements made and the challenges that the two countries have to overcome in order to draw the full benefits of their cooperation.

Finally, and based upon the Analysis, observations and assessment of the agreements on cooperation signed by the two countries, and also based on practical observations and comparisons, I made some Recommendations and proposals and explained why these proposals were necessary towards the reinforcement and the development of bilateral and economic cooperation between the Republic of Ghana and the Kingdom of Morocco.

CONTENTS

PREFACE ............................................................................................................................................................ 2

LIST OF ABREVIATIONS........................................................................................................................ 4

ABSTRACT............................................................................................................................................................ 5

INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................................ 7

THE MAJOR AGREEMENTS BETWEEN THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA AND THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO ...................................................................................................................... 10

ANALYSIS, ACHIEVEMENTS AND REASONS WHY SOME OF THESE AGREEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EFFECTIVE........................................................................... 13

CONCLUTION, RECOMMENDATIONS AND PROPOSALS.......................................................15

REFERENCE...................................................................................................................................................... 18

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