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Rules of Origin (RoO) have become an important area of policy attention in international trade negotiations due to their far-reaching trade and investment implications to member countries. The main function of RoO in free trade agreements (FTAs) is to set conditions so that goods produced within...
The present article describes the main features of the EU Blocking Regulation aimed at obstructing the application in the EU of US secondary economic sanctions. The recent preliminary ruling request by a German Court on such Regulation in the Bank Melli v. Telekom Deutschland case could open the...
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (‘UNCTAD’) recently published a report on Economic Development in Africa. The purpose of this article is to consider the part of the report titled ‘Made in Africa: Rules of Origin for Enhanced intra-African Trade’, one of the main findings...
African Union’s (AU’s) integration history indicates that the continental body is plagued by flexibility hindering its goal of continental unity. This article investigates the utility of ‘flexibility’ standard in the adoption, ratification, and the implementation of AU treaties. Through an...
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