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China's national security review (NSR) regime came into force in 2011. Within the past two years, NSR regime is starting to show a far-reaching effect on the landscape for foreign M&A deals in China. This article sets out in details the substantial and procedural NSR issues. It aims to provide a...
Evasion of antidumping and countervailing (AD/CV) duties by unscrupulous importers is an enduring challenge for the U.S. government. Recent examination by government and private sector entities shows that AD/CV duty evasion may also be an intensifying problem, involving transshipment via third...
International freight transit involves the entrance of goods through one national border and exit through the other. Because of Iran's role in the economy of the region and the long record of international freight transit via this route, international freight can be a significant source of...
A recent decision of the US District Court for the District of Columbia (District Court) merits consideration by both foreign investors and the US national security community. The case involved a dispute between a foreign investor, Ralls Corporation (Ralls), and the US Government. In July 2012,...
A careful analysis of the US - Tyres from China WTO Panel report confirms the non-existence of any theory of causation under the WTO Safeguards Agreement. The Panel leaves a margin of discretion to the national investigating authorities to assess causation between imports and injury to the...
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