In this recently published work, renowned legal scholar Professor Muhammed Tawfiq Ladan introduces a comprehensive and essential resource that delves into the intricate world of African economic integration.

The book, titled “Introduction to African Economic Integration Laws on Trade, Investment, Competition, Intellectual Property Rights, and Dispute Settlement: Implementation Framework in Nigeria,” offers a profound analysis of the legal frameworks and practices surrounding regional economic integration in Africa, with a particular focus on Nigeria.

Professor Ladan’s remarkable work aims to cater to a diverse audience, including students, law teachers, legal practitioners, judges, and policy researchers. The book provides an insightful and concise exploration of the legal aspects shaping regional economic integration within the African context. Additionally, policymakers in relevant ministries will find this resource invaluable, as it highlights legislative reforms required for the effective implementation of Nigeria’s multilateral treaty obligations, specifically concerning trade and investment.

Structured into eighteen comprehensive chapters, accompanied by eight annexes, this book covers an extensive range of topics:

Chapters 1-9: Discover the legal foundation of the African Economic Community, examine the legal aspects of economic integration within West Africa, and gain an overview of the African legal framework surrounding economic integration, trade, and investment. Detailed exploration of the AfCFTA protocols, including investment, competition policy, and intellectual property rights, will offer a profound understanding of these critical elements. Moreover, insights into the ECOWAS integration model, the human rights mandate of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, and the enforcement mechanisms of the court add depth to the analysis.

Part Two: Legislative Reform Initiatives and National AfCFTA Implementation Framework in Nigeria (Chapters 10-18): Engage with an appraisal of Nigeria’s Business Facilitation Act, Copyright Act, and Customs Service Act, evaluating their compatibility with the AfCFTA Agreement. Gain valuable insights into Nigeria’s AfCFTA implementation strategy, trade policy, and a comprehensive inventory of relevant Nigerian laws and policies regarding trade, investment, and competition. The book further examines Nigeria’s domestication practices for treaties and reviews two proposed bills focused on domesticating the AfCFTA Agreement and establishing the Nigeria International Trade Commission. Finally, a critical review of Nigeria’s Finance Act of 2023 sheds light on its implications within the integration framework.

Annexes: The book also features eight annexes that serve as a compendium of vital legal instruments, including the AfCFTA Agreement, its protocols, the African Economic Community Treaty, the ECOWAS legal framework on trade, investment, and competition, Nigerian acts, and the Arbitration and Mediation Act.

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As the African continent continues to advance its economic integration efforts, this groundbreaking book equips readers with a deep understanding of the legal landscape surrounding African economic integration, with a specific focus on Nigeria. Stay ahead of the curve by ordering your copy of “Introduction to African Economic Integration Laws on Trade, Investment, Competition, Intellectual Property Rights, and Dispute Settlement: Implementation Framework in Nigeria” today. This invaluable resource is set to become a cornerstone for researchers, students, legal practitioners, and policymakers navigating the complexities of regional economic integration in Africa.

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