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THE EUROPEAN UNION GENERALISED SCHEME OF PREFERENCES

PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT THROUGH TRADE

The Generalised Scheme of Preferences (GSP) is a EU trade scheme that grants eligible developing countries preferential access to the European market and thereby contributes to poverty reduction and development by expanding exports from vulnerable countries. The GSP promotes international values by requiring all GSP beneficiary countries to respect fundamental human and labour rights. The EU engages in monitoring with GSP+ countries to support the effective implementation of 27 international conventions on human and labour rights, environment and climate, and good governance.

More about the EU GSP.

Latest update: 2 February 2023

GSP Review

Find in this section all monitoring reports regarding the EU GSP.

 

GSP REVIEW

GSP Reports

Find in this section all monitoring reports regarding the EU GSP.

 

GSP REPORTS

Access2Markets

Access2Markets is the EU gateway to trade information for exporters and importers.

 

MARKET ACCESS DATABASE

Click on the map to access country specific pages where you can find more information and share your thoughts regarding the implementation of the EU’s GSP.