Posts Tagged dispute settlement

EU’s First EPA with an African Region

14 May 2012, Brussels
On 14 May taken affect the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) concluded between EU and four Eastern and Southern African states Mauritius, Madagascar, Seychelles and Zimbabwe.
The interim EPA provides duty and quota free access to the EU market for exports from above mention African countries. The last ones will gradually open their markets to European exports, with exceptions for certain products the countries consider sensitive. The trade and development agreement covers provisions on rules of origin, development cooperation, fisheries, trade defence instruments and dispute settlement.
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Handling International Trade Litigation

3 May 2012, Geneva
Experts and delegates from the 26 developing countries discuss their experiences and explore real-life challenges in litigation on an event co-organized by the World Trade Organization (WTO), International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) and Advisory Centre on WTO Law (ACWL).
The International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization, working on the international trade system and sustainable development by sharing information and knowledge and promoting dialogue among a broad range of actors.
The Advisory Centre on WTO Law advises developing and least-developed countries on all issues relating to WTO law, including free legal advice in general or at discounted rates on WTO dispute settlement.
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