01 Jul 2006 - 01 Feb 2007
Advisory, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe, international trade, Macroeconomics and macroeconomic policy, Post-communist transition and development issues, Trade, economic integration and globalization

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Analysis of Free-Trade Agreements and Policy Measures for Enhancing their Effectiveness


This project carried out an in-depth analyses the functioning of free trade agreements (FTAs) signed by Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) with its regional partners in the SEE Stability Pact
process (Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, and Serbia and Montenegro). The ensuing policy recommendations aim at boosting the trade potential between Bosnia and Herzegovina and its regional partners. These recommendations are applicable to the new multilateral trade agreement (CEFTA 2006) that was signed by South east European countries in December 2006.

The full report was published in CASE Network Reports No. 69:

Regional Free Trade Agreements of Bosnia and Herzegovina: analysis and policy recommendations


European Commission