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Many debates have been focused on mutual recognition in the context of the EU or the US-EU framework. Instead, this paper attempts to evaluate the rise of mutual recognition in Asia. Using an empirical approach, this paper inquires whether or not mutual recognition regimes are emerging in Asia,...
To many observers, a major challenge raised by China's accession to the WTO is whether the WTO dispute settlement system could cope with China, one of the major traders in the world with an economy that is halfway between a planned economy and a market economy. In this article, the author tries...
This article analyses the question whether the most-favoured-nation principle applies within the EU and, if so, to what extent. The most-favoured-nation principle implies that Member States are not allowed to discriminate between goods, persons, etc. from different Member States. In the D case...
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