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English for International Trade Law
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is an international economic organisation of 34 countries founded in 1961 to stimulate economic progress and world trade. OECD is the global forum for new ideas to create prosperity in developed and developing countries. Poeple all around the world working together towards the same goal – for a better world economy. OECD has official relations with other international organisations and bodies, such as the International Labour Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization, International Monetary Fund, World Bank, International Atomic Energy Agency, and many other United Nations bodies. We are located in Paris, one of the world’s leading business and cultural centres. Its influence in politics, education, entertainment, media, fashion, science and the arts all contribute to its status as one of the world’s major global cities – a fitting location for the OECD.
Our work is based on continued monitoring of events in member countries as well as outside OECD area, and includes regular projections of short and medium-term economic developments. The OECD Secretariat collects and analyses data, after which committees discuss policy regarding this information, the Council makes decisions, and then governments implement recommendations.
We offer to the applicant a competitive salary plus an attractive benefits package including expatriation and family allowances, a comprehensive medical and social scheme, and a pension plan. Our organization provides greater flexibility in the working environment and the employees reach professionl growth.
For the position of economist the applicant should have:
An advanced university degree in a relevant discipline.
Three to seven years’ experience working in international development.
Experience of working in African institutions and of development programmes in Africa would be an asset.
Strong conceptual and analytical capabilities.
Demonstrated experience of working in partnership with bilateral and multilateral stakeholders, private sector and civil society.
Excellent knowledge and understanding of economies and societies.
The text deals with the legal system of the European Union. The introduction introduces the operation of law on the basis of a series of treaties which founded the European Community and the EU. Legislation made under contracts with the principle of supremacy is over national law and constitutional law.
The judicial branch of the EU consists of three courts: the Court of Justice, the General Court, and the European Union Civil Service Tribunal. Each court has its jurisdiction in deciding the legal parties.
Fundamental rights are declared in the contracts of the European Union and include respect for human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, rule of law and respect for human rights, including rights of persons belonging to minorities. In 2009 the Lisbon Treaty gave legal effect to the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union. Codification is binding on all Member States and is promoted in the wider world.
The last part of the text introduces the acts of the European Union. Acts have three different forms: regulations, directives, and decisions. Each form has its specific action on the legislation in Member States.
Definition for a contract
A binding agreement between two or more parties for performing, or refraining from performing, some specified act(s) in exchange for lawful consideration.
Requirements for a contract to be valid
Offer, Acceptance, Mutual consideration, Mutual intention to create a legal relationship
Basic requirements for legality
For a contract to be enforceable,
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