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The EU Trade Defence Instruments (TDIs), namely anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties, are highly technical subjects that one might think should fall within the realm of specialized lawyers and EU officials only. With this survey however, the authors demonstrate that technicalities, such as inter...
This article describes some of the issues arising from the relationship between renewable energy subsidies and their impact on international trade, including trade in products instrumental to the pursuit of environmental objectives, which may be directly targeted or indirectly affected by such...
Canada and the United States are each other's best trading partners. Our supply chains are deeply integrated. Corporate ownership criss-crosses the border many times over. In the context of foreign policy, although we have differed from time to time in the past, we generally target the same list...
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