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International trade can be inhibited in two ways; through the use of mechanisms that directly alter the flow of goods and poor transparency in the rules of trade. The for [...]
2008 | Journal Article |
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Dumping is one of the most poorly understood and contentious issues in trade policy. The primary reason is that the agreed definitions of dumping are not based on a solid [...]
2001 | Journal Article |
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Negotiations over the rules governing the use of anti-dumping duties are occurring in both the World Trade Organization and the Free Trade of the Americas. However, the g [...]
2004 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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International trade law is very clear: national security concerns take precedent over any commitments in trade agreements. In response to the terrorist attacks in New Yor [...]
2004 | Journal Article |
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The Doha Trade Round maintains that a considerable effort will be given to take into account better the particular needs of developing nations. Many low-income countries [...]
2004 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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Export subsidies and price transparency will be areas of critical importance in the forthcoming round of World Trade Organization (WTO) negotiations. This paper provides [...]
1999 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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Anti-dumping (AD) is a legal institution that allows an importing country to impose a reciprocal duty to neutralize the effect of unfair pricing by an exporting firm in a [...]
2016-12 | Journal Article |
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Multilateral trade negotiations are, by design, becoming increasingly complex. The current degree of complexity limits the ability to assess the effects of a potential ag [...]
2007 | Journal Article |
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Transparency in the Food Sector and especially towards consumers is an issue which receives increasingly attention in public and research. There is widespread agreement t [...]
2011-12 | Journal Article |
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Trade liberalisation in the livestock sector is not likely to benefit to any great degree from the trade negotiations on agriculture at the WTO that commenced in the spri [...]
2001 | Journal Article |