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On Saturday, 30th April 2022, the East African Business Council paid a courtesy visit to Trade Policy Training Centre in Africa (TRAPCA). CEO Mr. John Bosco Kalisa led discussions with Dr. Caiphas Chekwoti and Tsotetsi Makong from Trapca on boosting EAC economic growth via regional, continental and international trade. Mr. John Bosco Kalisa committed to...
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In the context of the WTO Chairs programme, trapca by virtue of being a new WTO Chairs Programme member joined over 70 participants ranging from WTO secretariat, WTO Chairs Programme board members and universities from all regions of the world. During the course of this trapca is poised to carry out research covering the following...
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Dr. Jacob Kotcho
Congratulations Dr. Jacob Kotcho on your new appointment as the Director of the Common Market of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS). We wish you much success and happiness in your new role. #eccas #trapca #esami #trapcaalumni #alumni #leaders #appointment
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Dr.Caiphas Chekwoti is the Head of Centre at Trade Policy Training Centre in Africa (TRAPCA), he has been instrumental in providing advanced training in trade policy, tools for trade policy analysis, trade in services, intellectual property, regional integration and trade facilitation as part of the tailored and academic components of the MSc in international trade...
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Meet Tsotetsi Makong, Trade Facilitation Expert, Trade Policy Training Centre in Africa. Previously he was counsellor at the Lesotho Mission in Geneva and chair of WTO Committees on Trade Related Investment Measures and Import Licensing, Coordinator and Chief negotiator of G77 and China Geneva Chapter, expert level Coordinator and Chief Negotiator of the African Group on...
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Investor-State dispute settlement and developing countries Martha Getachew Bekele The inclusion of investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) provisions in international investment agreements may end up undermining public welfare, particularly in developing countries. From ‘regulatory chill’ to huge legal fees, ISDS shrinks the regulatory space of developing countries unless negotiators consider a range of options. This short...
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Zambia Association of Manufacturers – ZAM has appointed a new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Florence Muleya to take over over from Chipego Zulu who is currently the Associations Vice President (South). Muleya previously worked as a Researcher and Manager at the Zambia Institute for Policy Analysis and Research (ZIPAR), an institution committed to working towards...
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Introduction In a world characterized by unprecedented upheavals, current as well as potential pandemics, climate change crisis, attempts to rewrite the principles on which the international economic relations are premised, the role of trade as a cornerstone of economic self-determination of the African people in the African continent and diaspora cannot be overemphasized. As the...
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TRAPCA and the World Trade Organisation (WTO) successfully convened a webinar that attracted over 100 participants from various parts of the globe. The objective of  the webinar was to launch a book titled, ” Fostering Trade in Africa”. Moderated by trapca’s adjunct faculty member and former WTO Chief Economist, Prof. Patrick Low, contributors and editors of the book...
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