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Trade controls on software and technology are essential to controls on sensitive goods. But deciding whether the transfer of a particular piece of 'know how' is subject to controls is challenging, particularly when it might be made simply in an email or even, in some cases, face-to-face...
Belgian customs law authorizes severe penalties for violations. One of the penalties is confiscation. If the goods at issue cannot be returned for confiscation, the judge can order payment of the value of the goods. In a recent judgment, the Supreme Court confirmed the legality of what is known...
This article provides a legal analysis of the World Trade Organization (WTO) legality of the withdrawal of tariff preferences to Least Developed Countries (LDCs) based on human rights violations under the EU Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Regulation. In particular, this article focuses...
The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the leading global regulating authority with regard to international trade in goods and services. Through a network of multilateral agreements concluded by more than 150 countries, it determines rules and disciplines affecting the entire global trade arena....
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