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The purpose of this article is to evaluate the benefits of legal harmonization within the framework of international trade law, with a particular focus on development and the effects on developing countries. It will begin with theoretical and normative claims for and against harmonization, and...
The existence of a large number of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in China and government subsidies to them has caused much concern among its trading partners. The Protocol on China's Accession to the WTO sets out certain provisions directly or indirectly addressing this concern. Among them are...
China's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) augurs well for the country's full integration with the world economy. It also greatly extends the horizon of China's regional economic co-operation and lends support to Asia's economic integration. China and ASEAN (Association of Southeast...
In June 2002, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights released a report entitled ‘Liberalization of trade in services and human rights’. In this article, the author examines one of the concerns voiced in that report, that the GATS potentially affects the ability of governments to regulate...
Cross-border trade in services is growing rapidly, with both developed and developing countries among the most dynamic exporters. Despite the substantial global benefits from such trade, the adjustment pressures created in importing countries could provoke a protectionist backlash – some signs...
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