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Book Review : Progressing the Triple Wins for Trade, Development and Environment in the Age of Sustainability and a Post PandemicWorld Order. A Review of <i>Trade and Environment Governance at the World Trade Organization Committee on Trade and Environment,</i> Manuel A.J. Teehankee. Wolters Kluwer.

Book Review : Progressing the Triple Wins for Trade, Development and Environment in the Age of... BOOK REVIEW Progressing the Triple Wins for Trade, Development and Environment in the Age of Sustainability and a Post Pandemic World Order. A Review of Trade and Environment Governance at the World Trade Organization Committee on Trade and Environment, Manuel A.J. Teehankee. Wolters Kluwer. International Global Trade Law Series No. 53 2020. 424 pp. ISBN 978-94-035-2210-4. (iv) market access issues (CTE 6, (Doha Development Manuel Teehankee’s book on Trade and Environment Agenda) DDA 31iii), and (v) the special issues of Governance at the WTO’s Committee on Trade and domestically prohibited goods (DPGs), trade-related Environment (the CTE) is a comprehensive analysis of the aspects of intellectual property rights (TRIPS) and issue of how global governance in the trade and environ- Services (CTE 7, 8, 9). ment field has been occurring in the WTO and a must read for all policy makers and scholars on this issue. It It also sets out the broad analytical framework of discus- covers a broad review of the twenty-five-year history of the sions at the CTE which were anchored in (1) interna- Committee, including a look back at its precursor in the tional legal rule-making norms (2) experience sharing GATT, the GEMIT (Group on Environmental http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Global Trade and Customs Journal Kluwer Law International

Book Review : Progressing the Triple Wins for Trade, Development and Environment in the Age of Sustainability and a Post PandemicWorld Order. A Review of <i>Trade and Environment Governance at the World Trade Organization Committee on Trade and Environment,</i> Manuel A.J. Teehankee. Wolters Kluwer.

Global Trade and Customs Journal , Volume 16 (8): 4 – Jul 1, 2021

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BOOK REVIEW Progressing the Triple Wins for Trade, Development and Environment in the Age of Sustainability and a Post Pandemic World Order. A Review of Trade and Environment Governance at the World Trade Organization Committee on Trade and Environment, Manuel A.J. Teehankee. Wolters Kluwer. International Global Trade Law Series No. 53 2020. 424 pp. ISBN 978-94-035-2210-4. (iv) market access issues (CTE 6, (Doha Development Manuel Teehankee’s book on Trade and Environment Agenda) DDA 31iii), and (v) the special issues of Governance at the WTO’s Committee on Trade and domestically prohibited goods (DPGs), trade-related Environment (the CTE) is a comprehensive analysis of the aspects of intellectual property rights (TRIPS) and issue of how global governance in the trade and environ- Services (CTE 7, 8, 9). ment field has been occurring in the WTO and a must read for all policy makers and scholars on this issue. It It also sets out the broad analytical framework of discus- covers a broad review of the twenty-five-year history of the sions at the CTE which were anchored in (1) interna- Committee, including a look back at its precursor in the tional legal rule-making norms (2) experience sharing GATT, the GEMIT (Group on Environmental

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