102) The Yaounde Convention was signed in 1963, and the Yaounde II Convention was signed six years later.
111) Twenty-one former British colonies or countries with strong ties to the United Kingdom, and six other African countries, joined those nineteen countries that were party to the Yaounde Convention during the Lome Convention.
at 727-33 (commenting on the transition from the Yaounde Convention to the Arusha Convention as less-developed countries began to establish a greater role in the public eye.
It will cover the modern timeline following the historical relationship between the EU and ACP countries by explaining the Treaty of Rome (during colonial rule), the Yaounde Conventions, the Lome Conventions, the Cotonou Agreement, and the current EPAs between the European Union and different ACP regions.
However, unlike the Yaounde Conventions, the trade preferences were non-reciprocal.