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African Participation at the World Trade Organization

Legal and Institutional Aspects, 1995-2010

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Through substantive investigation, <i>African Participation at the World Trade Organization: Legal and Institutional Aspects, 1995-2010</i> offers thorough explanations for the nominal, minimal, and largely ineffective activity of African members in the WTO, focusing on the three core areas of regular committee work, dispute settlement and negotiations, and considering the Group's size, compared to non-African Members. Fundamentally, the research examines the longstanding and continuing question in the Multilateral Trading System revolving around the substantive quality and effectiveness of African participation in a rules-based Multilateral Trading System with a balance of rights and obligations. The book is a must-read for anyone interested in the factors, motivations and explanations that have underpinned the behavior of African countries in the GATT/WTO system of trade rules.

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