MAR (Market Access Regulation)

What does MAR stand for in customs law?

MAR is an Economic Partnership Agreements with African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. The preferential arrangements of the European Union can apply not only to individual countries but also to entire groups of countries – as in the case of the ACP countries, for example. The abbreviation MAR for Market Access Regulation refers to an economic partnership agreement with countries in the African, Caribbean and Pacific region. These currently include Kenya and Cameroon.

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MAR (Market Access Regulation)

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