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Tag: Dispute settlement

The role of national courts in ensuring COMESA Member States’ compliance with regional integration obligations

The role of national courts in ensuring COMESA Member States’ compliance with regional integration obligations

22 May 13  Discussion
Kahaki Jere, tralac intern, discusses the first case brought by a legal person against a COMESA member state with regard to its Treaty obligations in the area of trade liberalisati...

EU backs new transparency standards for investor-state dispute settlement

15 Feb 13  News
The European Union supported new United Nations rules for greater transparency in disputes between investors and host countries. On Friday 8 February a United Nations Working Grou...
Brazil files WTO dispute against South Africa

Brazil files WTO dispute against South Africa

27 Jun 12  Discussion
JB Cronjé, tralac Researcher, discusses Brazil’s filing of a WTO dispute against South Africa On 21 June 2012 Brazil requested consultations with South Africa on Sout...

African Member States and the Negotiations on Dispute Settlement Reform in the WTO

02 Jun 08  Publications
This paper provides an overview of the WTO’s Dispute Settlement system and gives pointers on the areas African negotiators should focus on during negotiations for reform of the s...
Workshop on the SACU Tribunal, 1-2 February 2007

Workshop on the SACU Tribunal, 1-2 February 2007

02 Feb 07  Event
tralac hosted a workshop on the SACU Tribunal on 1-2 February 2007 in Cape Town. The SACU Agreement of 2002 provides for a new legal regime in terms of which the Members of t...

Quick Guide to the World Trade Organization Dispute Settlement Jurisprudence

27 Oct 06  Publications
An attempt has been made to make this Guide ‘reader-friendly’ by capturing the principles in the simplest way possible, without diluting the gist and content of the findings....

Initiation of WTO Trade Disputes by the private sector by SADC/COMESA countries

11 Oct 06  Publications
WTO dispute settlement is inter-governmental in nature since the rules and procedures apply to the settlement of disputes between Members concerning their rights and obligations un...

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