The first reports by the consortium to support EU negotiations for a deeper Economic Partnership Agreement with countries in Eastern and Southern Africa have now been published! LSE leads the study to support the negotiations with a sustainable impact assessment, together with Milieu, SEATINI, Tutwa Consulting  and other partners. These first reports include an evaluation of the current agreement with five countries of Eastern and Southern Africa (Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles and Zimbabwe), together with assessments of key topics for the negotiations such as investment, trade in goods, and trade and sustainable development. To download our reports, please go to the project website: