International trade @fr

  • South-Africa and the Future of (Il)legal Trade in Rhino Horn

    novembre 27, 2015

    On Sunday 22 November, zookeepers of the San Diego Zoo Safari Park put a 41-year old northern white rhinoceros named Nola to sleep. With the death of Nola, there are only three northern white rhinos left on the planet – which are unlikely to reproduce. Widespread poaching, as well as armed conflict, caused the extinction of northern white rhinos in the wild. Last Thursday, the High Court of Pretoria, South Africa, overturned the government’s ban on the domestic trade in rhino horn which was put in place in 2009.

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  • ‘Trade Talks’

    novembre 18, 2015

    On Thursday November 5th the Peace Palace Library, in cooperation with the Netherlands Society of International Affairs / Club Clingendael, organized ‘Trade Talks’. About 120 people attended the evening, hearing lectures and participating in discussions on international trade and the present negotiations of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement between the European Union (EU) and the United States of America (USA).

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  • What is TTIP?

    octobre 29, 2015

    During the G8 Summit in June 2013, the United States of America and the European Union, the world’s leading economies, launched talks of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP): a proposed international trade and investment agreement. The TTIP is said to create the world’s largest free trade area and to boost both US and EU economic growth. The TTIP will also create extra jobs, as well as cheaper products and services. Additionally, there will be more commercial interaction between the US and the EU.

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  • World Trade Organization - Research Guide International Law

    Organisation Mondiale du Commerce

    La naissance de l’Organisation mondiale du commerce (OMC) a marqué la fin d’une période dans laquelle le commerce international était régi par l’Accord général sur les tarifs et le commerce (AGTC – GATT) de 1947. Avec le refus du congrès des États-Unis de ratifier la Charte de l’Organisation internationale du commerce (Charte de La Havane), […]

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