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(PRAIA) 2020 

Webinar on – Recent Developments in Greater Bay Area and the Belt & Road Initiative

4th December 2020 (9.30am – 17.00pm)

Rui Cunha Foundation

The Pearl River Delta Academy of International Trade and Investment Law (PRAIA) aims to provide education and training on international trade and investment law at the highest international level. It is international in scope, location, coverage, teaching staff and students. It covers WTO law, international investment law, investment treaty interpretation, international trade and investment dispute settlement, and selected current issues of transnational law and policy at the intersection of international and domestic law. It is designed for postgraduate students, early-career academics and researchers, and early-career lawyers working in government or private practice or as in-house counsel in private and public enterprises. It focuses particularly on Asian countries but its coverage is world-wide. PRAIA is based on cooperation between the Institute of European Studies of Macau (IEEM) and Peking University School of Transnational Law, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School (STL), Shenzhen. It is supported by the Macau Foundation.

Academic Directors:

Francis Snyder

Joseph Weiler

Jürgen Kurtz

Mark Feldman

Miguel Maduro

Coordinators: Bentham Fong / Beatrice Lam

 PRAIA 2020

  1. The Developments in the Construction of the Greater Bay Area and the Legal Implications Manjiao Chi, Center for International Economic Law and Policy (CIELP), UIBE Law School, Beijing. China
  2. Belt and Road Connectivity in a Fractured Trade Environment – Prof. Mark Feldman, School of Transnational Law, Peking University Shenzhen Campus, China
  3. Internal Transactions and Tunneling: A Counterintuitive Analysis – Sang Yop Kang, School of Transnational Law, Peking University, Shenzhen Campus, China
  4. Water and International Economic Law (TBC) – Paulo Canelas de Castro, University of Macau, Macau
  5. EU, China, and Technical Standards in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Extraterritoriality or Transnational Governance? – Prof. Francis Snyder, School of Transnational Law, Peking University Shenzhen Campus, China

Moderator: José Luis de Sales Marques – President of IEEM 

Total Lecture hours:  45 minutes X 5 = 4 hours (estimated)

For more details information regarding the fees and registration form, please visit our website: www.ieem.org.mo

This Programme is supported by Macau Foundation