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  • OHADAC and ACP Legal

    The partisans of this project, called OHADAC (Organisation for the Harmonisation of Business Law in the Caribbean), decided to meet within the framework of the association ACP Legal, to help interested Caribbean States to implement the project.

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  • OHADAC in brief

    This brochure has been published by the ACP Legal Association.

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Integration as a closing keyword of the Seminar “Latin American proposals facing our current global challenges” Mexico City, 2012

27 Sep 2012

photo1-tnThe prestigious National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), with more than 250,000 students, and a wonderful city built in 1950, -a UNESCO World Heritage Site-, through its Institute for Legal Research (IIJ) as part of its Mexican Yearbook of International Law Seminar (SAMDI), urged the legal community and many invited Latin American universities from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela to discuss issues of regional integration: environmental law, in particular, in the Amazon region and on offshore maritime activities, Indigenous and Afro-American minority rights, integration through arbitration and business law in the Caribbean and Latin America.

The principle of the creation of a regional ADR Centre of Mediation & Arbitration whose activity will complement those of national or international existing centers, dedicated to small & medium companies, and managed by professionals from the Caribbean and Latin America has raised the enthusiastic attention of the audience.

Moreover, given the common legal issues related to the environment, the use of natural and human resources, the protection of minorities, migration, maritime transport, -in particular via the Panama Canal-, the only possible legal response according to the Seminar participants is integration; in terms of business law, trade disputes, the OHADAC could provide practical solutions, easy to implement.

The event was closed by Professor Manuel Becerra Ramirez, director of the Mexican Yearbook of International Law, a publication of reference from the UNAM Institute of Legal Investigation.

For more information, please contact in English: Dr. Rafael Clemente Oliveira do Prado pradojus@gmail.com

UNAM websitein English: www.unam.mx

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Published on 2012-09-27, 2:16 pm

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