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Modern GATT Law: A Treatise on the Law and Political Economy of the GATT 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9781847037763
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421793007
Published: May 2013
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, 2 Volumes
Price: £332.00



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Modern GATT Law explains clearly and thoroughly the rules of GATT and connected provisions in other WTO treaties, whilst also examining the case law interpreting and applying these rules.

Now a two-volume work, Modern GATT Law features all the content you need.

Covering both substantive law and the practice and procedure of the Crown Court, each indictable offence is covered in depth in its own separate chapter. This is to provide you with the kind of enhanced understanding of the law relevant to your current cases that brings utmost confidence and credibility in court.

For each GATT Article and connected WTO provision, the treatise:

  • Examines the relevant business issues
  • Explains the meaning of the Article and provision
  • Analyses all interpretive and adjudicatory decisions that bear upon them
  • Reviews and critiques alternative theoretical underpinnings
The treatise spotlights the many issues associated with major emerging countries, particularly China, India, and Brazil, in the GATT-WTO system, and the increasing role of developing and least developed countries in this system

Subjects:
International Trade
Contents:

Volume 1

Part One – Origins
Part Two – Institutions and Processes
Part Three – Foreign Exchange International Trade
Part Four – Non-Discrimination Obligations
Part Five – Tariff Obligations
Part Six – Tariff Cutting and GATT Trade Rounds through Uruguay (1947-1994)
Part Seven – Doha Round Debacle (2001-2013)
Part Eight – Non-Tariff Barrier Obligations
Part Nine – Customs Law Obligations

Volume 2

Part Ten – Miscellaneous General Exceptions to GATT Obligations
Part Eleven – Environmental Exceptions to GATT Obligations
Part Twelve – Regional Exceptions to GATT Obligations
Part Thirteen – Capitalist Trade Theory and Special and Differential Treatment Exceptions for Poor Countries
Part Fourteen – Remedies for Unfair Trade – Dumping
Part Fifteen – Remedies for Unfair Trade – Subsidies
Part Sixteen – Remedies for Fair Trade – Safeguards