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On 12 December 2011, the Canadian Minister of Industry announced that an out-of-court settlement had been reached with United States Steel Corporation (hereinafter 'US Steel') in relation to a dispute that arose from alleged non-compliance of undertakings that US Steel had given the Minister in...
In contrast to many of its trading partners, and notably the United States, the European Union applies a prospective refund approach, not a retroactive one, to the adjustment of anti-dumping duty margins after such measures have been definitively imposed. Practically and empirically, this...
After having spent the better part of its first ten years as a WTO member either answering cases as a respondent or registered as a third party, China has recently begun to assert itself as a complainant, particularly with regard to the various trade defence instruments (TDIs) used against it....
When China joined the World Trade Organization (WTO), the associated agreements included a transitional product-specific safeguard mechanism to address market disruption caused or threatened by surging Chinese imports. This mechanism is only available until 11 December 2013 or twelve years from...
On 1 December 2011, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its judgment in two joined cases involving Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV (C-446/09) and Nokia Corporation (C-495/09). This judgment clarifies the conditions for the customs authorities to detain or suspend the...
A commentary issued by the International Chamber of GATT Customs Valuation Code states with regard to royalties and license fees: 'there is no part of the Code where so much is left to interpretation and implementation, and so little can be derived from a literal reading of the words used. Some...
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