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Introduction to the Symposium on Africa and the Future of International Trade Regimes

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1 See African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), Office of the United States Trade Representative.

2 Paragraph 3 of Article IX of the WTO Agreement allows waivers of WTO Member obligations under Paragraph 1 of Article I and Paragraphs 1 and 2 of Article XIII of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994. The current AGOA waiver was approved by the WTO General Council on November 30, 2015 and the WTO Goods Council on November 10, 2015. See Goods Council Approves AGOA Waiver, Hears Call for Talks on Illicit Trade, World Trade Organization (Nov. 10, 2015).

4 See Sustainable Development Goals, United Nations.

5 See James Thuo Gathii, The Cotonou Agreement and Economic Partnership Agreements, in Realizing the Right to Development (United Nations ed., 2013).

6 See Regional Integration and Trade, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa.

8 See African Union Comm'n, Agenda 2063, First Ten-Year Implementation Plan (Sept. 2015).

9 Kathleen Claussen, The Next Generation of U.S.-Africa Trade Instruments, 111 AJIL Unbound 384 (2017).

10 See Trade & Investment Framework Agreements, Office of the United States Trade Representative.

11 See James Thuo Gathii, African Regional Trade Agreements as Flexible Legal Regimes, 35 N.C. J. Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 571 (2009).

12 Stephen Lande & Dennis Matanda, Defining and Redefining U.S.-Africa Trade Relations During the Trump Presidency, 111 AJIL Unbound 389 (2017).

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