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Article on OHADAC Regional Arbitration Centre (CARO Centre) published in Inter-Entreprises magazine

The Inter-Entreprises article takes the form of an interview with Solène Balaguette, an expert lawyer at the CARO Centre specializing in international business law. Originally from Guadeloupe, Balaguette studied on the island and mainland France as well as in the United States. She took part in the first training programme in international arbitration that was held in Guadeloupe in October 2019. Balaguette has been working under the supervision of Marie-Camille Pitton, Secretary-General of the CARO Centre, from early 2021 on implementing the operational phase of the Centre and its services.

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OHADA: Towards the harmonisation of non-profit entities' accounting Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), 1-5 November 2021

A workshop to validate the study on the non-profit entities accounting system and the plenary session of the Accounting Standards Committee (CNC-OHADA) expanded to include the Presidents of the professional accounting bodies from the States Parties, the accounting and auditing professionals, the Technical and Financial Partners as well as the resource persons were held in Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), at Azalaï Hotel from 1 to 5 November 2021.

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Presentation by the OHADAC Regional Arbitration Centre (CARO centre) to company beneficiaries of the “TEECA” programme (Trade Enhancement for Eastern Caribbean)

The team heading the OHADAC project was invited to give a presentation on 15 October 2021 about the services provided by the OHADAC Regional Arbitration Centre (CARO Centre) in the implementation of the TEECA programme by the Martinique Chamber of Commerce, project leader, and its partners the Collectivity of Martinique, the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) and the Caribbean Export Development Agency.

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From edition 159 of Karumag magazine in September 2021 to mark the launch of the CARO Centre services

First and foremost the article highlights the work done by the Guadeloupe Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIIG), project leader of the CARO Centre project, and by the association ACP Legal, partner to the project, who developed the project which today benefits from the European Union development funds under the Interreg V Caribbean programme.