The challenges of a customs Union-The case of COMESA
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The research starts by recognizing the fact that the aim of WTO is that of promoting free trade amongst nations. However that even in this sphere, the role and the rationale for Regional Trade Agreements/Integration plays is vital to the promotion of free trade and therefore has a place in the realm of International Trade and is provided for under the GATT (1994) agreement. Regional Trade Agreements, despite their potential benefits, like most things, come with potential challenges that if not tackled, run the risk of derailing the benefits of such agreements.
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