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Morocco's National Seminar on Competition law and economics and personal Data protection
04 March 2020
Tour Hassan Hôtel, Rabat
Rabat, Morocco

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​UNCTAD will attend and intervene in the National Seminar on Competition law and economics and personal Data protection, organized by the Competition Council of Morocco and the National Commission for the Control of Personal Data Protection
 
The topics in the agenda are the protection of personal data and Competition law and economics; personal data protection and competition in the digital economy; and personal data management by global digital platforms and its impact in national markets.

Other speakers include the President and members of the Board of the Competition Council of Morocco, representatives from the Moroccan Commission for the Control of Personal Data Protection and the Moroccan Economic, Social and Environmental Council, the President of the French Competition Authority and foreign experts on data protection issues. 
Co-organized with:N/A
Sponsor / funding:Conseil de la Concurrence du Royaume du Maroc
Language(s):French
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Covid-19 Advisory
 
In view of the evolving situation concerning the coronavirus (COVID-19), it has been decided that meetings scheduled until the end of April 2020 and listed below will be postponed. New dates will be communicated in due course.
  • Commission on Science and Technology for Development, twenty-third session (23-27 March 2020)
  • Working Party on the Strategic Framework and the Programme Budget, eightieth session (30-31 March 2020)
  • Multi Year Expert Meeting on Commodities and Development, Twelfth session (1-2 April 2020)
  • Multi-year Expert Meeting on Transport, Trade Logistics and Trade Facilitation, Eighth session, (20-22 April 2020)
  • Intergovernmental Group of Experts on E-commerce and the Digital Economy, Fourth session, (29 April-1 May 2020)
Meetings of the Trade and Development Board and the Preparatory Committee for UNCTAD 15 will take place as scheduled, subject to re-evaluation as conditions warrant.
 
Please consult the information on COVID-19 for meeting participants here.
 
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