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Communautés européennes et pays en voie de développement (Volume 210)

(63,875 words)

Author(s): Vignes, Daniel
Vignes, Daniel Keywords: Developing countries | European Economic Community | International relations | Mots clefs: Pays en voie de développement | C.E.E. | Relations internationales | ABSTRACT Daniel Vignes, Director of Development Cooperation at the Council of the European Communities, focuses in his course on two issues. The first issue is the concept of development cooperation under the Lomé III Convention, which is devoid of any political dogmatism, based on basic principles, objectives, and rules - some of which are…

Intellectual Property: Cross-Border Recognition of Rights and National Development (Volume 372)

(22,746 words)

Author(s): Sinjela, Mpazi
Sinjela, Mpazi Keywords: Developing countries | Patents | Trademarks | Copyright law | New varieties of plants | Traditional knowledge | Intellectual property | International trade | Foreign direct investment | Economic development | Mots clefs: ABSTRACT Intellectual property, through its different branches, is a promoter of wealth creation for national development, especially for developing countries. Intellectual property is to be understood as a tool for all kinds of development and an important tool for the acquisition of techn…

Le cadre juridique de la coopération Sud-Sud Quelques expériences ou tentatives d’intégration (Volume 241)

(65,481 words)

AHMED MAHIOU Keywords: Developing countries | Economic integration | Economic co-operation | Mots clefs: Pays en voie de développement | Intégration économique | Coopération économique | ABSTRACT In the introduction to his course, Ahmed Mahiou, Professor of the University of Algiers, points out that if international relations in general are far from being straightforward, they are even more complex and elusive in a South-South context. Looking at this from the point of view of economic law, Professor Mahiou focuses his at…