Customs and Trade Laws as Tools of Protection: Selected Essays
Cameron May, 2005 - 995 páginas
Articles written between 1985 and 2005 on three areas of international trade law: EC customs laws (including customs classification, rules of origin and the Generalized System of Preferences); EC trade laws (anti-dumping and countervailing duties, safeguards and trade barriers regulation); and WTO law (primarily focusing on the Anti-Dumping Agreement and matters arising from the WTO dispute settlement process).
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EC Customs Classification Rules Should Ice Cream Melt?
Rules of Origin in the European Union Practical Aspects
ECs Wonderland an overview of the panEuropean Hamonized Origin Protocols
Rules of Origin as Commercial Policy Instruments Revisited
European Community Rules of Origin as Commercial Policy Instruments
EC TRADE LAWS
Safeguards in the EC Kill Them All and Let God Sort Them Out?
Zeroing in on Zeroing
Retroactivity of Remedies in WTO Commercial Defense disputes State of Play and Way Forward
WTO Dispute Settlement with Respect to Trade Contingency measuresSelected Issues
AntiDumping in the Second Millennium The Need to Revise Basic Concepts
The Functioning of the Appellate Body After Four Years Towards Rule Integrity
Adopting and Implementing AntiDumping Laws Some Suggestions for Developing Countries
AntiDumping Disputes in the GATTWTO Navigating Dire Straits
The GATT Panel Report on the EC AntiDumping Proceeding Concerning Audio Tapes in Cassettes Back to Basics in the Concept of Dumping
EC Trade Policy against Textiles Imports from 1995 to 2000 Lessons for Negotiators
The Calculation of Injury Margins in EEC AntiDumping Proceedings
Antidiversion rules in antidumping procedures Interface or shortcircuit for the management of interdependence?
Disclosure of Confidential Information in AntiDumping and Countervailing Duty Proceedings Under US Law A Framework for the European Comm...
EC Countervailing Duty Law and Practice Revisited
EC AntiSubsidy Law and Practice After the Uruguay Round A Wold in Sheeps Clothing?
The EC Trade Barriers Regulation An Obstacle to Trade?
Recent WTO Jurisprudence in the Field of Antidumping
An Overview of the WTO Dispute Settlement System and its Relationship with the Uruguay Round Agreements
The 10 Major Problems with the Antidumping Instrument An Attempt at Synthesis
The 10 Major Problems with the Antidumping Instrument in the European Community
administrative adopted amendment Annex anti anti-dumping duties anti-dumping law anti-dumping proceedings Appellate Body applied ASCM assembly Atlantic salmon basis Brazil calculation cent circumvention claims classification Commission Regulation companies components concerned conclusion confidential considered costs Council Regulation countervailing duty Court cumulation decision definitive determination developing countries domestic industry dumping margin duties on imports EC’s established European Communities ex-works price example export price findings footnote GATT Germany Government harmonized Implementing importing country imposed initiation injury margins interpretation investigation period issue Japan Korea manufacture non-originating materials non-preferential normal value operations origin rules Panel Report paragraph practice procedure profit protocols provides provisional Regulation EC request respect result rules of origin salmon specific steel subsidy supra note Taiwan tariff textile Thailand third country U.S. Steel UNCTAD United Uruguay Round Vermulst Waer WTO dispute settlement