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Dispute Settlement Reports: Volume 1. Pages 1-231

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ISBN13: 9780521783262
ISBN: 0521783267
Published: September 2000
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £160.00



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The Dispute Settlement Reports of the World Trade Organization (WTO) include Panel and Appellate Body reports, as well as arbitration awards, in disputes concerning the rights and obligations of WTO members under the provisions of the Marrakesh Agreement. These are the WTO authorized and paginated reports in English: an essential addition to the library of all practising and academic trade lawyers, and needed by students worldwide taking courses in international economic or trade law. DSR 1998: I contains three cases. Firstly, there is the 1998 Award of the Arbitrator in the 'bananas case'. Secondly, both Appellate Body and Panel Reports are given for the patent protection case resulting from the complaint by the USA against India concerning chemical products. Finally, the volume contains the Report of the Appellate Body in the 'meat hormones' case. The form of citation recommended by the WTO for this volume is DSR 1998: I.

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Contents:
European Communities - Regime for the Importation, Sale and Distribution of Bananas - WT/DS27; Award of the Arbitrator (under Article 21.3(c) DSU). India - Patent Protection for Pharmaceutical and Agricultural Chemical Products - Complaint by the United States - WT/DS50; Report of the Appellate Body; Report of the Panel. EC Measures Concerning Meat and Meat Products (Hormones) - WT/DS26, WT/DS48; Report of the Appellate Body.