The UWED launched an educational program “New challenges in foreign economic activities under current international conditions”.
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The Department of Executive Education of the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED) jointly with the Agency for Development of Civil Service under the President of Uzbekistan’s office is delivering an educational program “New challenges in foreign economic activities under current international conditions”, reports “Dunyo” IA correspondent.
The program is designed to equip professionals with the tools to effectively navigate the challenges and opportunities posed by international sanctions regimes and arbitration. In particular, the program is intended to cover current sanctions regimes and regulations in different sectors and industries, with a focus on US, UK, and EU sanctions; secondary sanctions and their effects on business sectors; the limits of state jurisdiction and secondary sanctions; the current practice and case law in international sanctions and arbitration;
The course is addressed to executives and professionals of legal departments of banks, major joint-stock companies and other organizations involved in the field of foreign economic activity.
The course is taught by Professor Christian J. Tams from University of Glasgow, Professor Antonios Tzanakopoulos and lecturer Eleni Methymaki from the University of Oxford. They are well known in the international academic and expert community, have extensive experience in conducting similar courses at leading universities and acted as consultants on international law for individual states and international organizations.
The educational process will take place in the form of interactive seminars and discussions, based on cases from international practice.
Participants will be awarded certificates of international standard upon completion of the programme.
TASHKENT, April 11. /“Dunyo” IA/.