International Trade Law of the WTO provides a comprehensive study of the WTO multilateral trading regime with textual and contextual analysis of every provision of all GATT 1994 Understandings and WTO Agreements. This complete coverage of the entire spectrum of the WTO international trade law will enable readers to know the system in its entirety as well as any particular aspect of it. The text highlights and critically comments upon the existing and emerging new challenges for the WTO, notably the Singapore Issues and non-trade concerns (the environment, human rights, and poverty alleviation issues), and the problems and prospect of their governance under the WTO. Each of the book's 25 chapters contain an Australian segment explaining the role, interests, rights, and obligations of Australia as a trading nation under individual GATT 1994 understanding and WTO covered agreement. Comprehensive study of the WTO multilateral trading regime Textual and contextual analysis of every provision of all GATT 1994 Understandings and WTO Agreements Inclusion of materials and new developments up to the Sixth Hong Kong Ministerial Conference in December 2005 All chapters contain an Australian segment explaining the role, interests, rights, and obligations of Australia as a trading nation under individual GATT 1994 understanding and WTO covered agreement Discussion of legal issues and problems associated with the contemporary proliferation of preferential bilateral free trade agreements, including the Australian practice in section 9 Coverage of the latest developments in agricultural trade negotiations, including the new US Proposal on Agricultural Trade Liberalisation of 10 October 2005 in section 3 Examination of the trade policy issues and challenges surrounding the liberalised environment of trade in textile and clothing from 1 January 2005 Detail about the new anti-dumping and countervailing measures of Australia with a flowchart in section 5 Analysis of the current debates over free trade in unskilled (labourers) services under Module 4 of the WTO General Agreement on Trade in Services Contemporary arguments both for and against the involvement of the WTO in non-trade matters
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Descripción OUP Australia and New Zealand, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0195553284
Descripción Oxford University Press Oto, 2006. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0195553284