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Point Of View
The ASEAN Economic Community Begins - what should be in the next phase for 2025?
ESAMI Graduation November 2015
Applications for Session 2, 2016
PICARD Conference 2016: Call for Papers
Point of View
The “Point of View” series presents a range of perspectives from the CCES network. This month Rob Preece* writes about his time in Thailand.
I have now just moved past my 10 year anniversary of living and working in Bangkok, Thailand, working as both the CCES regional representative for South East Asia, and as its Course Director for Excise Studies. In that time I have been very fortunate to have met and worked with some fabulous people and on some very interesting projects, including building a friendship with many of the staff at the Thai Excise Department which will last a lifetime.
The ASEAN Economic Community Begins – what should be in the next phase for 2025?
The ASEAN Economic Community or AEC officially came into effect on the 31st of December 2015. The 31st of December itself will actually be ‘business as usual’ as a lot of the changes agreed to for closer economic integration have been achieved and thus some observers call the 31st of December a ‘milestone in a long journey’ rather than a beginning.
The Graduation Ceremony was held on the 21st of November 2015 at the East and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) Headquarters, Njiro Hill in Arusha, Tanzania. The graduation ceremony was attended by approximately 400 students covering all MBA programmes offered by ESAMI.
The World Customs Organization and the Philippine Bureau of Customs are pleased to announce the 11th annual WCO Picard Conference. The Conference will take place in Manila, Philippines, 27-29 September 2016. You are invited to submit your research for presentation at the conference. Papers should focus on Customs or, more globally, the regulation, dynamics, and practices of international trade. Read More
Status of WTO Legal Instruments covers the legal instruments drawn up by WTO members in relation to the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization and the plurilateral trade agreements annexed to that Agreement.