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The Official Twitter account for the Africa International Economic Law Network (AfIELN)
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The Gravitas Review 13 May 15
A critique of the Excess Dividend Tax Rule in Nigeria by Dr. Obayemi of Ajumogobia & Okeke is in the new edition of
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Orodata 28 May 15
The Life of President Muhammadu Buhari [Storified] Pls share
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Raw materials 30 Apr 15
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we are launching a new initiative to increase Africa's trade share - taking the supply to demand -
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AfIELN 2015 30 Apr 15
shall be Tweaking the System: A Framework for Implementation of Trips Cross-Retaliation Awards for Developing Countries
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AfIELN 2015 30 Apr 15
states that Africa should force its way into the green room which is the office of the DG, World Trade Organisation!
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AfIELN 2015 30 Apr 15
Trade Negotiations Beyond Doha: Future Challenges for Africa's Equitable development in the Int'l Economic Order
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AfIELN 30 Apr 15
Dr. Leal-Arcas' paper was on "Trade Policy Tools To Promote And Improve African and Eu Energy Security"
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AfIELN 30 Apr 15
Dr. Juma delivered a paper on "The Nexus Between International Trade and Tax Governance in the Eac"
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AfIELN 30 Apr 15
The Speakers for this session are Dr. Rafael Leal Arcas, Dr. Jill Juma, Dr. Jumoke Oduwole, Mr. Adetayo Onayemi and Dr. Regis Yann Simo
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AfIELN 30 Apr 15
This session is chaired by Professor Jonathan Aremu, a Regional Consultant at the ECOWAS Common Investment market.
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AfIELN 30 Apr 15
The 3rd Session has resumed after the Lunch break. Speakers are all seated.
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AfIELN 30 Apr 15
Some other participants have also made interesting comments
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AfIELN 30 Apr 15
Questions & Answer for the second session has commenced. Barr. Wahab Shittu, Dr. Adejonwo- Osho and Adetola Onayemi have all asked questions
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SeunOkin Channels tv 30 Apr 15
Breaking News: New Reports reveal that More women and children may have been freed from extremists in Nigeria from 's nest
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Vanguard Newspapers 30 Apr 15
Having Nigerian husbands exposes us to daily discrimination - South African Wives
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AfIELN 30 Apr 15
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Marndlaynkowcee 29 Apr 15
Prof Atsenuwa of UniLag: A human right does not come into existence without a fight
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Marndlaynkowcee 29 Apr 15
Atsenuwa: Does the mere fact that we do not have enough signatures to ratify a right invalidate it?
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Marndlaynkowcee 29 Apr 15
Atsenuwa: There isn't only one model of pursuing and enfocing a right
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Marndlaynkowcee 29 Apr 15
Atsenuwa: Treaty bodies elaborate human rights; existing law can be tailored to affirm the right to development
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