Impact Assessment of selected EU policies (CBAM and EUDR) on Ghanaian Exports

The Project at A Glance

There are several EU policies, such as the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) and EU Deforestation Regulation (EUDR), being developed that could affect the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with Ghana. These policies are still being developed and implemented, and their specific impacts on the interim Economic Partnership Agreement with Ghana are yet to be seen.

International Economics is assisting the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Ghana with an impact assessment of selected EU policies on Ghanaian exporters.

What We Found

International Economics will examine the impacts of the CBAM and EURD on Ghanaian exporters in order to inform the Government of Ghana of appropriate measures that need to be taken and provide support for entering in dialogue with the EU on the magnitude of the impact and measures that could be adopted to minimise any negative impact.

Our Strategy and Impact

The team will use a formalised approach for the identification and assessment of challenges and risks associated with the effect of changing market access conditions triggered by the introduction of new legislations in the EU. The process for the impact assessment includes a literature review, data collection through surveys and questionnaires, case studies, stakeholder engagement and the integration of findings.

Our Core Solutions

Governments, international donors, and the private sector face many important questions on the expected outputs and impact before, during and after the implementation of their projects. This is where International Economics Consulting’s team of experts, using innovative methodologies to collect and analyse data, can assist you in tracking the economic, social, and environmental aspects of your project.

Applying our analysis and research knowledge, we help our clients maximise efficiency and improve their development objectives. Through the lessons learnt and the feedback mechanisms we implement in our monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) processes, we support institutional strengthening and the re-alignment of resources to ensure the sustainability and maximum impact of projects, helping our clients make well-informed strategic decisions.

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