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Introduction
Diplomatic Conference
Scope of the MAC protocol
Economic Benefits of the MAC Protocol
Background

· Governing Council documents
· Study Group
· 2016 Symposium for UNIDROIT member States
· First Session of the Committee of Governmental Experts
· Second Session of the Committee of Governmental Experts

 

 

 

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Introduction

 

The MAC Protocol is an international treaty currently being negotiated that will increase global productivity in the mining, agriculture and construction sectors. The treaty will provide an international legal framework for the financing of MAC equipment.

 

The MAC Protocol is an extension of the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment, adopted in 2001 in Cape Town, South Africa (the “Cape Town Convention”). The Cape Town Convention is designed to establish an international legal regime for the creation, enforcement, registration and priority of security interests in categories of high-value, uniquely identifiable mobile equipment. The principal objective of the Cape Town Convention is, in the words of the Official Commentary: “the efficient financing of mobile equipment. [...] The Convention system is designed to bring significant economic benefits to countries at all stages of economic development, and in particular to developing countries by bringing within their reach commercial finance for mobile equipment that has previously been unavailable or available only at relatively high cost. A sound, internationally adopted legal regime for security, title-retention and leasing interests will encourage the provision of finance and reduce its cost”.

 

The categories of mining, agriculture and construction are areas of commercial activity of universal importance, with heightened relevance in developing countries. The reasons mining, agricultural and construction equipment were proposed for a fourth protocol are two-fold. Firstly, it would allow enterprises engaged in the mining, agricultural and construction sectors the ability to acquire equipment they would otherwise not be able to acquire and thus to permit them to optimise their activity. Secondly, it would allow producers of equipment to export to markets that without such a protocol would remain closed to them.

 

Cheaper financing and access to modern MAC equipment will allow parties involved in the mining, agriculture and construction sectors to optimise their productivity and profitability.

 

 

 

Diplomatic Conference

 

At its 97th session (Rome, 2–4 May 2018), the UNIDROIT Governing Council approved the convening of a Diplomatic Conference in 2019 to formally adopt the MAC Protocol.

 

The Diplomatic Conference is to be held, at the kind invitation of the Government of the Republic of South Africa in Pretoria from Monday 11 November until Friday 22 November 2019. For further information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

The website for the MAC Protocol Diplomatic Conference is now live.

 

The following documents for the Diplomatic Conference have been released:

 

DCME-MAC - Doc. 1
Provisional Agenda

 

DCME-MAC - Doc. 2
Provisional Rules of Procedures

 

DCME-MAC - Doc. 3
Draft MAC Protocol
(as prepared by the Committee of Governmental Experts and approved by the Governing Council)

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 4 corr.
Explanatory Report to the draft Protocol

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 5 corr.
Legal Analysis

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 5 corr.
Legal Analysis – Appendices

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 6
Harmonized System codes proposed for inclusion in the MAC Protocol Annexes

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 7
The CTC and draft MAC Protocol - an overview

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 8
Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 9
Preliminary comments on the draft MAC Protocol
(Submitted by the People’s Republic of China)

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 10
Comments on the draft MAC Protocol
(Submitted by the United States of America)

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 11
Comments on the draft MAC Protocol
(Submitted by the Government of Japan)

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 12
Comments on the draft MAC Protocol
(Presented by Germany)

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 13
Comments on the draft MAC Protocol
(Submitted by Canada)

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 14
Comments on the draft MAC Protocol
(Submitted by the United Kingdom)

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 15
Comments on the draft MAC Protocol
(Submitted by the MAC Working Group)

 

DCME-MAC – Doc. 16
Analysis on the additional Harmonized System code proposals received in comments on the draft Mac Protocol
(Prepared by the UNIDROIT Secretariat)

 

 

Scope of the MAC Protocol

 

The MAC Protocol will apply to certain specified categories of MAC equipment, as defined using six-digit Harmonized System codes (“HS codes”). Administered by the World Customs Organization, the HS is used globally to classify goods for the purposes of customs tariffs.

 

The draft Protocol categorises HS codes into three annexes:

  • Annex 1 for HS codes covering mining equipment
  • Annex 2 for HS codes covering agricultural equipment
  • Annex 3 for HS codes covering construction equipment

 

A total of 42 individual HS codes are listed in the draft MAC Protocol Annexes, which account for over USD 100 billion worth of MAC equipment traded globally each year.

 

In advance of the Diplomatic Conference, the UNIDROIT Secretariat established a process for States to propose Harmonized System (HS) codes for addition to the 42 HS codes currently in the annexes of the draft MAC Protocol. The process was established pursuant to a request by the Committee of Governmental Experts at its second session (Rome, 2–6 October 2017).

 

The results of the 2018 process allowing States to submit additional codes is summarised in the following document: DCME-MAC – Doc. 6

 

 

Economic Benefits of the MAC Protocol

 

On request of the Committee of Governmental Experts at its first session (Rome, 20 – 24 March 2017), the Secretariat selected Warwick and Associates (a group of experienced British economists) through a closed tender process to undertake an ex ante Economic Assessment (EA) of the MAC Protocol. The MAC Protocol EA was majority funded by the MAC Working Group.

 

The preliminary MAC Protocol EA was presented to the Committee of Governmental Experts at its second session (Rome, October 2 – 6 2017).

 

The final MAC Protocol EA is available here.

 

The MAC Protocol EA found that the MAC Protocol is predicted to have a positive impact of $23 billion on GDP in developing countries and of $7 billion in developed countries, for a total impact on GDP equivalent to $30 billion a year. It is  estimated that over a ten-year period, the Protocol may increase the stock of MAC equipment in developing countries by $90 billion. As the scope of the economic assessment was limited to UNIDROIT’s 63 Member States, the actual global economic impact is likely to be much higher.

 

 

 

Background

 

Initial work (2005-2006)

 

At its 84th session (Rome, April 2005), the UNIDROIT Governing Council recommended to the UNIDROIT General Assembly to include in the 2006 – 2008 Work Programme of the Institute the preparation of a fourth Protocol to the 2001 Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Agricultural, Construction and Mining Equipment. At its 59th session (Rome, December 2005) the UNIDROIT General Assembly agreed to include such a project on the Institute’s Work Programme.

 

At the 85th session of the Governing Council in 2006 a document was presented on the MAC Protocol, which included an appendix listing categories of agricultural, construction and mining equipment that could be covered by the Protocol.

 

Questionnaire and draft text (2007-2009)

At the 86th session the results of a comprehensive questionnaire on matters relating to the development of the MAC Protocol were presented to the Governing Council. The questionnaire received responses from 21 member States and 10 non-member States covering the following topics:

 

  • The structure of agriculture, mining and constructions sectors in States. The average size of land holdings

 

  • Percentage of high-value mobile equipment used in the agriculture, mining and construction sectors

 

  • Percentage of high-value mobile agricultural, mining and construction equipment imported that moves across international borders in the course of its activity

 

  • Percentage of high-value mobile equipment hired at need instead of acquired

 

  • Credit problems associated with the international acquisition of agricultural, mining and construction equipment

 

  • Whether easier access to credit would benefit domestic industry in the agricultural, mining and construction sectors

 

  • Which States export high-value agricultural, mining and construction equipment and the types of equipment exported

 

  • Whether there are domestic restrictions on the forestry, fisheries and aquaculture industries which would limit the use of large equipment

 

The document for the 86th session also contained a table at Appendix 2 which suggested some possible wording for the MAC Protocol, based on a comparative analysis of the Aircraft Protocol, Railway Rolling Stock Protocol and the draft Space Protocol.

 

A preliminary draft text of the Protocol was presented to the Governing Council at the 88th session in 2009. Ten member States provided comments on the draft (Australia, Austria, Canada, Colombia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Portugal, Romania and the United States of America). The proposed Protocol received particularly strong endorsement from the United States and Germany.

 

Consultations with private industry (2010-2012)

Germany and the United States subsequently conducted consultations with their domestic private industries. Germany initially contacted 50 stakeholders and held a meeting with six stakeholders, at which there was a general interest and support for the MAC Protocol. The United States State Department consulted with the Equipment Financing Association (which represents over 600 companies) and reported the responses were positive. The results of these consultations were reported back to the Governing Council at the 89th session in 2010. In 2011 further discussions were held at a forum chaired by Dr Bollweg as part of the UNIDROIT Agricultural Investment Colloquium.

 

Economic analysis’s and issues dialogues (2013-2014)

Mr Heywood Fleisig, Director of Research at the Center for the Economic Analysis of Law (CEAL), prepared a paper on the potential economic benefits of the MAC Protocol. The paper was presented to the Governing Council at the 92nd session in 2013. The CEAL study noted that the MAC Protocol could facilitate the financing of about $2 trillion in MAC equipment and would increase the sales of MAC equipment by $600 billion over five-seven years. 
As part of the preliminary work aimed at setting the scope of a possible fourth protocol, two Issues Dialogues were organised by the United States State Department and the International Law Institute. The meetings were held in November 2013 and January 2014 in Washington. 
Subsequently, the National Law Center for the Inter-American Free Trade (NLCIFT) produced a report on the possible benefits of the MAC Protocol.

 

 

 

Governing Council documents

 

· C.D. (85) 7(c)
· C.D. (86) 8(d)
· C.D. (88) 3(c)
· C.D. (89) 4(c)
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C.D. (90) 4(c)
· C.D. (91) 4(c)
· C.D. (92) 5(b)
· C.D. (93) 4(b)
· C.D. (93) 4(b) Add.
· NLCIFT Report on Secured Financing for Mobile Equipment
· C.D. (94) 5(b)
· C.D. (95) 5
· C.D. (96) 4
· C.D. (97) 5
· C.D. (98) 4

 

 

 

Study Group

 

At the 93rd session of the Governing Council in 2014 it was agreed to convene a Study Group entrusted with preparing a first draft of the MAC Protocol prior to its 95th session. The Study Group is composed of five international experts in secured transactions law:

 

- Mr Michel DESCHAMPS
  Partner, McCarthy Tetrault
  Montreal, Canada

 

- Professor Charles MOONEY
  Charles A. Heimbold Jr. Professor of Law
  University of Pennsylvania, United States of America

 

- Professor Jean-François RIFFARD
  Professor, Université de Clermont-Ferrand
  Clermont-Ferrand, France

 

- Professor Teresa RODRÍGUEZ DE LAS HERAS BALLELL
  Associate Professor in Commercial Law
  Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain

 

- Professor Benjamin VON BODUNGEN
  Of Counsel at Bird & Bird LLP
  Frankfurt, Germany

 

 

 

First meeting of the Study Group on a Fourth Protocol of the Cape Town Convention on matters specific to mining, agricultural and construction equipment, Rome 15-17 December 2014

 

The first meeting of the Study Group was held at the seat of UNIDROIT in Rome from 15 – 17 December 2014. The meeting was attended by various international experts in secured transactions law comprising the Study Group, as well as observers from the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and the National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade. The Study Group discussed various legal issues surrounding the creation of the Protocol, the delineation of the Protocol’s scope and a preliminary first draft of the Protocol. The Study Group also considered how the Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System (HS) could be utilised to define the scope of the Protocol. The Study Group made good progress in resolving issues that had been raised at the two Issues Dialogues.

 

UNIDROIT 2014 - Study 72K - SG1 - Doc. 1
Annotated Draft Agenda

 

UNIDROIT 2014 - Study 72K - SG1 - Doc. 2
Legal Analysis

 

UNIDROIT 2014 - Study 72K - SG1 - Doc. 3
Preliminary annotated first draft of a fourth protocol to the Cape Town Convention on matters specific to agricultural, construction and mining equipment (MAC Protocol)

 

UNIDROIT 2014 - Study 72K - SG1 - Doc. 4
Practical Issues

 

UNIDROIT 2015 - Study 72K - SG1 - Doc. 5
Report

 

 

 

Second meeting of the MAC Protocol Study Group

 

The second meeting of the MAC Protocol Study Group was held from 8 - 9 April 2015 at the seat of UNIDROIT in Rome. At the second meeting the Study Group focussed on the interaction between the MAC Protocol and the Harmonised Commodity Description and Coding System (HS), as well as further refining the preliminary draft Protocol.

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG2 – Doc. 1
Annotated Agenda

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG2 – Doc. 2
The Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG2 – Doc. 3
Descriptive summary of the preliminary list of HS codes for inclusion under the MAC Protocol

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG2 – Doc. 4
Legal Analysis

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG2 – Doc. 5
Second preliminary annotated draft Protocol

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG2 – Doc. 6
Report

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG2 – Doc. 7
Third preliminary annotated draft Protocol

 

 

 

Third meeting of the MAC Protocol Study Group

 

The third meeting of the MAC Protocol Study Group was held from 19 - 21 October 2015 at the seat of UNIDROIT in Rome. In addition to the panel of international experts in secured transactions law, the meeting was attended by observers from the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the World Customs Organization. The Study Group continued to make progress in resolving the legal issues that had been raised at the previous meetings, especially in relation to the treatment of fixtures and the use of the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System.

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG3 – Doc. 1
Annotated Agenda

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG3 – Doc. 2
Issues Paper

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG3 – Doc. 3
Fourth preliminary annotated draft of a fourth protocol to the Cape Town Convention on matters specific to agricultural, construction and mining equipment (MAC Protocol)

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG3 – Doc. 4
Preliminary List

 

UNIDROIT 2015 – Study 72K – SG3 – Doc. 5
Report

 

 

 

Fourth meeting of the MAC Protocol Study Group

 

The fourth meeting of the MAC Protocol Study Group was held from 7 – 9 March 2016 at the seat of UNIDROIT in Rome. The Study Group reviewed the entire text of the draft Protocol and gave further attention to several unresolved legal issues, with particular consideration given to (i) how the Protocol should address the legal effects of MAC equipment becoming associated with immovable property, and (ii) how the amendment process for the Protocol should be refined.

 

At the conclusion of the fourth Study Group meeting, the Study Group decided that the preliminary draft Protocol was ready for submission to the Governing Council with a recommendation that a Committee of Governmental Experts be convened to further consider the Protocol. Following the meeting, the Secretariat updated the core documents to reflect the decisions made by the Study Group at its fourth meeting.

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – SG4 – Doc. 1
Annotated Agenda

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – SG4 – Doc. 2
Issues Paper

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – SG4 – Doc. 3
5th Annotated Draft Protocol

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – SG4 – Doc. 4
Preliminary List of HS codes (March 2016)

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – SG4 – Doc. 5
Report

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – SG4 – Doc. 6
6th Annotated Draft Protocol

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – SG4 – Doc. 7
Preliminary List of HS codes (May 2016)

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – SG4 – Doc. 8
Legal Analysis

 

 

 

2016 Symposium for UNIDROIT member States and States parties to the Cape Town Convention

 

In advance of the first session of the UNIDROIT Committee of Governmental Experts for the preparation of a draft Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Agricultural, Construction and Mining Equipment (the “MAC Protocol”), UNIDROIT invited member States and States parties to the Cape Town Convention to attend a half-day symposium to discuss key aspects of the project. The symposium took place at the Seat of UNIDROIT on Friday 2 December 2016.

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – PM1 – Doc. 1: Agenda

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – PM1 – Presentation 1 - M Dubovec

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – PM1 – Presentation 2 – C Mooney

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – PM1 – Presentation 3 – A Veneziano

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – PM1 – Presentation 4 – T De Las Heras Ballell

 

UNIDROIT 2016 – Study 72K – PM1 – Presentation 5 – W Brydie-Watson

 

 

 

First Session of the Committee of Governmental Experts

 

At its 95th session (18-20 May 2016), the Governing Council considered the draft text produced by the Study Group, and decided that it was sufficiently developed to warrant the convening of a Committee of Governmental Experts.

 

The first session of the UNIDROIT Committee of Governmental Experts for the preparation of a draft Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Agricultural, Construction and Mining Equipment (the “MAC Protocol”) was held at the Headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome in the Green Room, from 20 to 24 March 2017.

 

The session was attended by 126 representatives from 48 Governments (30 Unidroit member States and 18 non-member States), six regional and intergovernmental organisations and four international non-governmental organisations.

 

 

 

Committee of Governmental Experts - First session (Rome, 20 – 24 March 2017)

 

UNIDROIT 2016 - Study 72K – CGE1 – Doc. 1
Annotated draft agenda

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE1 – Doc. 2 corr.
Preliminary draft Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Agricultural, Construction and Mining Equipment

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE1 – Doc. 3 corr.
Explanatory Report to the preliminary draft MAC Protocol

 

UNIDROIT 2016 - Study 72K – CGE1 – Doc. 4
Legal Analysis

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE1 – Doc. 5 corr.
Spreadsheet detailing harmonized system codes proposed by the Study Group for inclusion in the annexes to the preliminary draft MAC Protocol

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 - Doc. 6
Comments (prepared by the World Bank Group)

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 - Doc. 7
Comments (submitted by the Government of the United States of America)

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 - Doc. 8
MAC Working Group’s position paper in support of and commenting on the Cape Town Convention’s proposed mining, agriculture and construction Protocol

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 - Doc. 9
Comments (Submitted by the Government of the United Kingdom)

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 - Doc. 10
Background paper (Submitted by the US Department of Commerce on request of the UNIDROIT Secretariat)

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 - Doc. 11
Position paper (Submitted by the Government of Japan)

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – Doc. 12
Comments (Submitted by the Government of the Republic Of South Africa)

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 1
Provisional order of business

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 2
Daily Report for 20 March 2017

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 3
Proposal by the United States

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 4
Daily Report for 21 March 2017

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 5
Proposal by China

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 6
Daily Report for 22 March 2017

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 7
Report of the Drafting Committee

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 8
Daily Report for 23 March 2017

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 – W.P. 9
Daily Report for 24 March 2017

 

UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE1 - Report
Report

 

 

Second session of the Committee of Governmental Experts

 

The second session of the UNIDROIT Committee of Governmental Experts for the preparation of a draft Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Agricultural, Construction and Mining Equipment (the “MAC Protocol”) was held at the Headquarters of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome in the Green Room, from 2 to 6 October 2017. 120 representatives from 51 Governments (33 UNIDROIT member States and 18 non-member States), five regional and intergovernmental organisations and five international non-governmental organisations registered to attend the session.

 

The Report for the meeting, which includes information on the deliberations of the Committee in relation to each Article, the Report of the Drafting Committee, the amended text to the preliminary draft Protocol and the list of participants is available here.

 

At the end of the session, the Committee decided that the preliminary draft MAC Protocol was sufficiently advanced to recommend to the UNIDROIT Governing Council that a diplomatic Conference be convened to finalise and adopt the Protocol.

 

 

 

Committee of Governmental Experts - Second session (Rome, 2 - 6 October 2017)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 1:
  Annotated draft agenda.

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 2:
  Text of the revised preliminary draft Protocol to the Convention on International Interests
  in Mobile Equipment on Matters specific to Agricultural, Construction and Mining Equipment.

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 3:
 
Explanatory Report to the preliminary draft MAC Protocol.

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 4: 
  Legal Analysis.

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 5:
  Spreadsheet detailing Harmonized system codes proposed for inclusion in the Annexes to
  the preliminary draft MAC Protocol.

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 6:
  The 2017 Edition of the Harmonized commodity description and coding system (HS System).

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 7:
  Comments (Submitted by the Government of the Republic of Sierra Leone).

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 8:
  Comments (Submitted by the Holy See).

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 9:
  Comments (Submitted by the World Bank Group).

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 10:
  Comments (Submitted by the United States Department of State)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 11:
  Conclusions paper (Prepared by the Chair of the IWGRC and approved by the Group)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 12:
  Comments (Prepared by the Republic of South Africa)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K - CGE2 - Doc. 13:
  Comments (Prepared by the Republic of the Sudan)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – Doc. 14:
  Comments (Prepared by the United Kingdom)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – Doc. 15:
  Comments (Prepared by Japan)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – Doc. 16:
   Preliminary economic assessment (Prepared by Warwick Economics and Associates)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – Doc. 17:
  Comments (Prepared by the Government of the People's Republic of China)

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – W.P. 1:
  Provisional order of business.

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – W.P. 4 rev.:
  Daily Report for 2 October 2017

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – W.P. 6:
  Daily Report for 3 October 2017

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – W.P. 11:
  Daily Report for 4 October 2017

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – W.P. 13:
  Daily Report for 5 October 2017

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 – W.P. 14:
  Daily Report for 6 October 2017

 

· UNIDROIT - Organisation of the second session.
  Presentation by Mr William Brydie-Watson Legal Officer, UNIDROIT

 

· Report of the Intersessional Working Group on Registration Criteria.
  Presentation by Mr Ole Böger Hanseatic, Court of Appeal in Bremen, Germany

 

· Introduction of the HS System: the draft MAC Protocol context.
  Presentation by Mr Marek Dubovec, National Law Center For Inter-American Free Trade

 

· An Economic Assessment of the Fourth Protocol to the Convention on International
  Interests on Mobile Equipment on Matters Specific to Agricultural, Construction and
  Mining Equipment (the MAC Protocol).
  A Preliminary Report by Warwick Economics and Associates

 

· UNIDROIT 2017 - Study 72K – CGE2 - Report:
  Report

 

 

 

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