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Impact of Arabic Spring on the Competitiveness of Arab States’ Agricultural Exports to EU Markets

Soliman, Ibrahim and Bassiony, Halah (2019): Impact of Arabic Spring on the Competitiveness of Arab States’ Agricultural Exports to EU Markets. Published in: Sustainable Food Chains and Ecosystems (March 2020)

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Abstract

The trade between the Arab States (21 countries) and the EU countries represents the largest proportion of their total trade with the whole world. It amounted to more than 60% in 2011. Therefore, the EU markets remain the first priority in achieving competitiveness for the agricultural sector exports of the Arab countries. The study targeted a comprehensive evaluation of competitive agricultural exports through a multi-staged model. The first included design and implementation of an index for agricultural development as a geometric means of four sub-indices: Agricultural Resources Index, Agricultural Productivity Index, Labor Employment Index in Agriculture, and Agricultural Foreign Trade Index. The identified four Arab countries with the highest agricultural development index score were Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt and Sudan.

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