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kingoo dorothy Jul 19
interesting conversation on ACP-EU Trade Agreements and Special Differential treatment
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Nyasha Noreen Jul 19
Trade is now about competitive advantage as opposed to the traditional comparative advantage
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Lan Cao Jul 18
attending the fabulous Africa and International Economic Law in the 21st century conference at Strathmore University, Nairobi.
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Ivan Ojakol Jul 22
I am no longer as excited about the AFCFTA after attending and speaking at the 4th biennal Afieln Conference and learning a lot from the experts on some of the behind the scenes workings behind the agreement. However, I remain hopeful that we shall overcome the politics!
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Purity Maritim Jul 19
Very interesting presentation by Ame Masuku at the conference. What are the implications of AfCFTA on taxation? Should we adopt the MFN principle in Double Taxation Agreements within the context of AfCFTA?
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Lily Mburu Jul 18
Economic diplomacy requires strategies & expertise- the reality is that International Economic Law is not taught in many law schools on the African contient - Prof. Makane Mbengue
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Ubaka Ogbogu Jul 19
Great to be at conference with Canadian powerhouse panelmates and . Panel on public health & economic participation later today. Thanks to & for including us!
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tomer broude Feb 4
10 years ago this was a distant dream. Kudos to and its leadership!
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Ventura Kireki Jul 19
just from having a presentation on the place of space law in the AfCTA considering we have the African Space Agency in place.
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Jonathan Klaaren Jul 18
What is the correct term and pronunciation for the acronym for the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, AfCFTA? Is it “afta”?
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Ivan Ojakol Jul 21
I can't get over my experience at . Reflecting on the rich discussions and conversations there from some of the lawyers, academics and policy shapers defining Africa's path raises so many questions in my head; where do I as a Ugandan lawyer stand in all this?
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Lily Mburu Jul 18
Africa accounts for 3% of global trade - (👀)
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Jonathan Bashi R. Jul 18
Great presentation this morning by on democracy and public participation in the AfCFTA process. This new FTA is supposed to benefit African citizens, but how do we ensure that we bring them into the heart of the process?
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Regis Simo Jul 18
Q&A session very enriching on many issues, including, but not limited to, the 'Africanization' of international economic law, implementation and effectiveness of rules, beneficiaries of economic agreements Thanks for the lively debate
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Jonathan Bashi R. Jul 18
Looking forward to attending the 4th biennial conference of the , starting in a few hours at in Nairobi. Perfect setting to talk about, among other topics, the AfCFTA, regional integration and development in Africa and the key role played by IEL.
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Lily Mburu Jul 18
IEL is not just about states. What is the impact of IEL on communities? When you only focus on states you miss out on key elements of the development process. It’s about business & human rights but human rights has become over legalized
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Olabisi D. Akinkugbe Jul 20
Fantastic all women panel at our conference featuring and Franziska Sucker, moderated by James Thuo Gathii
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Purity Maritim Jul 19
We need to have conversations on the implications of the on taxation with taxation players in the continent: tax lawyers, , auditors etc. Discussing Ame Masuku's paper can be a starting point.
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Tomasz P. Milej Jul 20
Our panel at conference with the great panel chair Prof. Suresh. We were enjoying and learning. And happy to see our students attending! But missing our Thank you it was a great day❤️
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Strathmore Law Jul 18
The theme for the 4th Biennial Conference is: "Africa’s Participation in International Economic Law in the 21st Century." Currently Ongoing: Makane Moïse Mbengue gives the Keynote Address
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