Short Courses

tralac develops and delivers focused short courses, often at the request of specific clients to address specific training needs. The following are among the courses that tralac offers:

  • Trade Policy Analysis (including trade data and tariff analysis, modelling, trade policy assessments, review of trade policy instruments)
  • Introduction to International Trade Law
  • WTO Agreements (Trade in Goods (including agriculture), Trade in Services, TRIPS)
  • Regional Trade Agreements (WTO Rules for RTAs, Scope of RTAs)
  • Trade Negotiations (including negotiations simulations)
  • Regional Integration in east and southern Africa (SACU, SADC, EAC, COMESA, Tripartite Free Trade Area)
  • Dispute Settlement
  • Trade Remedies and Safeguards
  • Competition Law and Policy
  • Investment
  • Rules of Origin

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Featured Short Course

tralac-KAM AGOA Awareness workshops – Kenya, November 2017

tralac-KAM AGOA Awareness workshops – Kenya, November 2017

In the week of 13 November, TRALAC, represented by Associate Eckart Naumann and Kenya-based Associate Dr Henry Mutai, was invited to partner with the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) in presenting two 1-day AGOA Awareness seminars, in Mombasa and Nairobi respectively. These seminars built on previous collaboration with KAM at the same venues more than a year previously. Delegates represented a cross-section of industries and stakeholders, including existing exporters and potential exporters.

In providing a greater value proposition to delegates, KAM had also arranged complementary presentations by the Kenya Revenue Authority KRA (on AGOA-related customs issues and formalities in Kenya, and local Rules of Origin administration) as well as the country’s immigration authorities (which addressed issues such as work permits for foreign technical staff and investors).

AGOA’s term was extended by a further 10 years mid-2015, and Kenya has emerged as one of the more successful exporters under AGOA in terms of non-oil exports. It has also

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