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Liberalising trade in Southern Africa: Implementation challenges for the 2008 SADC FTA and beyond

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Liberalising trade in Southern Africa: Implementation challenges for the 2008 SADC FTA and beyond

Description

Proceedings of the Fifth Southern African Forum On Trade (SAFT) held in Pretoria, South Africa, on 6–7 August 2008.

Implementation challenges for the SADC FTA: tariff and non-tariff barriers
Evengelista Mudzonga

Preferential Rules of Origin in SADC: a general overview, and the state of play in recent negotiations
Eckart Naumann

Regional infrastructural and trade facilitation challenges in Eastern and Southern Africa: aid for trade solutions (North–South Corridor)
Mark Pearson

Deeper regional integration: trade in services in SADC
Nkululeko Khumalo

The impact of the SADC EPAs on regional integration
Christopher Stevens

Looking East: disaggregating the role of China and India in SADC?
Sanusha Naidu

SADC and the challenge of customs union status in 2010
Paul Kalenga

Creator

Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung

Publisher

Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung (Angola Office) and Institute for Global Dialogue (South Africa)

Date

December 2008

Contributor

Bernard C. Moore

Rights

© Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, 2008

Format

PDF

Language

English

Type

Conference Proceedings

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Citation

Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung, “Liberalising trade in Southern Africa: Implementation challenges for the 2008 SADC FTA and beyond,” Namibia Digital Repository, accessed October 15, 2018, http://namibia.leadr.msu.edu/items/show/65.

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