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Treaty Establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa

Treaty Establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa

adopted in Kampala, Uganda on 5 November 1993.

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Published by Centre for Southern African Studies, University of the Western Cape in Bellville, [South Africa] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa, Southern,
  • Africa, Eastern
    • Subjects:
    • Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa.,
    • Africa, Southern -- Economic integration.,
    • Africa, Eastern -- Economic integration.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesBackgrounder ;, 10 & 11, Backgrounder (University of the Western Cape. Centre for Southern African Studies) ;, 10 & 11.
      ContributionsUniversity of the Western Cape. Centre for Southern African Studies.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKQE123.A351993 A2 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination144 p. ;
      Number of Pages144
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL735820M
      LC Control Number97126443
      OCLC/WorldCa32783998

        Africa is a huge continent—as large as the U.S., Mexico, China, India, Japan, Western and Eastern Europe combined—but it remains a mosaic of . One of the first factors that gave the European Union an edge over others in the process of becoming a common market was: The Treaty of _____ established the European Economic Community (EEC) in and called for common external tariffs and the gradual elimination of intramarket tariffs, quotas, and other trade barriers. South Africa.

      COMMON MARKET FOR EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA: TREATY ESTABLISHING* [Done at Kampala, Uganda, November 5, ] +Cite as 33 I.L.M. () + I.L.M. Content Summary TEXT OF TREATY - I.L.M. Page PREAMBLE - I.L.M. Page CHAPT. 1 THE COMMON MARKET FOR EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA - I.L.M. Page The African Economic Community (AEC) is an organization of African Union states establishing grounds for mutual economic development among the majority of African states. The stated goals of the organization include the creation of free trade areas, customs unions, a single market, a central bank, and a common currency (see African Monetary Union) thus establishing an economic and monetary .

      “Treaty” means the Treaty establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa; “Undertaking” includes any “person”, public or private, involved in the production of, or the trade in, goods, or the provision of services. (a) Article employers 2 Purpose of the Regulations 1. The Delegation of the European Union in Zambia is also responsible for managing official relations between the European Union (EU) and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa - .


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Treaty Establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa Download PDF EPUB FB2

TREATY ESTABLISHING A COMMON MARKET FOR EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA (COMESA) The founding treaty of COMESA was signed in November in Kampala, Uganda and entered into force on 8 December Available at Also reprinted in International Legal Materials () PREAMBLE File Size: KB.

treaty establishing the common market for eastern and southern africa. 2 comesa treaty. treaty establishing the common market for eastern and southern africa. preamble 1 chapter one the common market for eastern and southern africa article 1 establishment and membership 4 chapter two interpretation article 2 interpretation 6.

COMESA Treaty. The Treaty is the covenant that was agreed upon by the sovereign States that established the Preferential Trade Area (PTA) of Eastern and Southern Africa, the predecessor to the current Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa – COMESA. The Treaty is the guiding document of the Common Market.

THE HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES HEREBY establish among themselves a Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa herein referred to as the Common Market.

Membership of the Common Market shall be open to the following Member States of the Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern African States: The Republic of Angola. The treaty establishing the common market for eastern and southern africa(the COMESA Treaty) certainly recommends, in its article 6, that its member states, which include the democratic republic of the congo, rwanda, uganda and burundi, must adhere to the principles of non-aggression, maintenance of regional peace and stability through the.

The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) was formed in December to replace the former Preferential Trade Area (PTA) from the early s in Eastern and Southern Africa.

COMESA was created to serve as an organization of free independent sovereign States that have agreed to cooperate in developing their natural and human.

Page 2 (2) In these Regulations: “Committee” means the Committee on Agriculture established under Article 15 of the Treaty; “Common Market” means the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa established by Article 1 of the Treaty; “competent authority” means a person, body or organisation designated by a Member State to be responsible for the enforcement of SPS measures.

“Treaty” means the Treaty establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), and which on entry into force on the 8th December, repealed and replaced the PTA Treaty; ARTICLE 2 – Establishment of the Bank 1. There is hereby established the Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank.

“Bank” means the Eastern and Southern African Trade and Development Bank established by Article 2 of this Charter; “Common Market” means the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa established by Article 1 of the Treaty; “Council” means the Council of Ministers of the Common Market established by Article 7 of the Treaty.

“Recalling the economic objectives and aims of the African Union, there are several African treaties on regional economic integration, including the Treaty Establishing the Common Market.

The Treaty Establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) provides, in Arti that goods shall be accepted as eligible for Common Market treatment if they originate in the member States, and the definition of such products shall be as provided in a Protocol on Rules of Origin to be concluded by the member States.

Introduction. The Treaty establishing the Preferential Trade Area for Eastern and Southern Africa was signed in Decemberas a first step towards higher forms of regional economic cooperation and integration to bring about sustainable growth and development of Member States.

Recalling the economic objectives and aims of the African Union, there are several African Treaties on regional economic integration, including the Treaty Establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, the Treaty Establishing the Southern African Development Community and the Treaty Establishing the Economic Community of West.

THE COMMON MARKET FOR EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA. ARTICLE 1 Establishment and Membership. THE HIGH CONTRACTING PARTIES HEREBY establish among themselves a Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa herein referred to as the Common Market.

the Treaty establishing the African Economic Community and the Constitutive Act of the African Union through regional initiatives; COGNISANT of the provisions establishing free trade areas in the Common Market of Eastern and Southern Africa Treaty, Treaty for the Establishment of the East African.

Recalling the economic objectives and aims of the African Union, there are several African Treaties on regional economic integration, including the Treaty Establishing the Common Market. iv.e.4 treaty establishing the common market for eastern and southern africa (comesa) (without annexes) (31, words) article table of contents.

chapter two. interpretation; chapter three. aims and objectives “iv.e.4 treaty establishing the common market for eastern and southern africa (comesa) (without annexes). “COMESA” means the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa established under Article 1 of the COMESA Treaty.

"COMESA investor" means: (i) a natural person of a Member State; or (ii) a juridical person of a Member State, making an investment in another Member State, in accordance with. East African Community (EAC), organization that provides for cooperation, including the maintenance of a common market and the operation of common services, between the republics of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, and headquarters are in Arusha, Tanzania.

The first EAC, which succeeded the East African Common Services Organization on December 1,was established. Founded. History. 8 Decon ratification of the 'Treaty establishing the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)' by the requisite number of states, the Treaty having been signed, 5 NovKampala (Uganda), by Heads of State and Government and plenipotentiaries of 15 countries.

COMESA is the successor to H-XF - Preferential Trade Area for Eastern. Recalling the economic objectives and aims of the African Union, there are several African Treaties on regional economic integration, including the Treaty Establishing the Common Market for.

“Recalling the economic objectives and aims of the African Union, there are several African Treaties on regional economic integration, including the Treaty Establishing the Common Market .3. “COMESA” means the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa established under Article 1 of the COMESA Treaty.

4. "COMESA investor" means: (i) a natural person of a Member State; or (ii) a juridical person of a Member State, making an investment in another Member State.