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African Institute
Commercial Politics

Aims to obtain more human
technical commercial resources
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The African Trade Policy Institute (IPAC) aims to be a melting pot and a framework of excellence, quality and social and professional ethics offering a new opportunity and a new strategy in training, coordination, cooperation and information on trade policies and international trade for Senegal and African countries. 

IAPC added value

For the first time in Senegal and Africa, trade policy and international trade are taught in the LMD system

For the first time, too, the classical Masters are taught from a trade policy perspective. The AACICI Group, Sponsor of the IPAC, offers employment opportunities and the promotion of professional skills acquired at the Institute level

IAPC graduates are able to work in all fields and in all sectors and more particularly in trades related to trade policy and international trade

Word From The Director

General manager

Dr Fallou Samb

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The deep integration of African countries into the Multilateral Trade System marked by the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), rests above all on knowledge and mastery of the rules that govern world trade in goods and services, but also the dispute settlement procedure established at this level.
Today, African States, like the others, are subject to an obligation of arbitration and the harmonization or harmonization of national, community (UEMOA, ECOWAS, CEMAC, SADEC), interregional ( EPA) and multilateral (WTO). Also, they are faced with two contradictory requirements that must imperatively be reconciled by preventing one from annihilating the other: local or national requirements, such as the request for a subsidy from producers and the prohibition of certain subsidies by the WTO in the face of development needs and constraints which do not always fit in with multilateral trade rules.

The proliferation of commercial spaces and the existence of two categories
of players, namely developed countries and developing countries, have
been accompanied by a plurality and complexity of applicable trade rules
applicable to international trade, the impact of which is real on the conduct of
the development process in our countries.

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Dr Falou SAMB

Directeur Gérnéral

Enseignant en Politiques Commerciales et en Négociations Internationales (FASEG, CEDES, TRAPCA, IDEP, OMC, IAPC)

Dr Mounirou NDIAYE


Enseignant en Économie et Gestion, Université de Thiès

Pr Babacar Sadikh DIENG


Professeur Référent académique de l’IAPC ; Enseignant à la FASEG / UCAD

Pr Raymond SANER


Professeur Émérite de Diplomatie économique et commerciale, Universités de Bâle (Suisse) et de Sciences Po (Paris)

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