International trade law Part 9

International Trade law Part 9

 

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THE WTO AND International trade law AFTER DOHA: WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Alejandro Jara
Berkeley Journal of International Law
Volume 25, Number 3, 2007 p.384

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104

DROIT DU COMMERCE INTERNATIONAL ET DE LA CONCURRENCE/ INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND COMPETITION LAW
International Business Law Journal
Number 6, 2007

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105

Is Development a Lost Paradise? Trade, Environment, and Development: Triadic Dream of International Law
Upendra D. Acharya
Alberta Law Review
Volume 45, Number 2, November 2007 p.401

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International trade law -Original DSB Rulings Apply to Subsequent Remedial Measures-Action by Dispute Settlement Body, United States-Tax Treatment for “Foreign Sales Corporations,”Second Recourse to Article 21.5 of the DSU by the European Communities, WT/DS108/36 (Mar. 17, 2006).
Suffolk Transnational Law Review
Volume 31, Number 1, Winter 2007 p.199

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International Trade law and the Environment: Designing a Legal Framework to Curtail the Import of Unsustainably Produced Biofuels
Stephanie Switzer
Journal of International Trade law & Policy
Volume 6, Number 1, Summer 2007 p.30

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Stromseth, Jane, David Wippman, and Rosa Brooks. Can Might Make Rights? Building the Rule of law After Military Interventions (Lan Cao) Zampetti, Americo Beviglia. Fairness in the World Economy: US Perspectives on International Trade Relations
Jeffrey L. Dunoff
American Journal of International Law
Volume 101, Number 4, October 2007 p.907

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The Limits of International human rights law and the Role of Food Sovereignty in Protecting People from Further Trade Liberalization under the Doha Round Negotiations
Wenonah Hauter
Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law
Volume 40, Number 4, October 2007 p.1071

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POST-9/11 SECURITY IN A POST-WWII WORLD: THE QUESTION OF COMPATIBILITY OF MARITIME SECURITY EFFORTS WITH TRADE RULES AND INTERNATIONAL LAW
Eric J. Lobsinger
Tulane Maritime Law Journal
Volume 32, Number 1, Winter 2007 p.61

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111

The South African Law of International Trade: Selected topics Van Niekerk and Schulze
Neels
Journal of South African Law
2007, Number 4 p.839

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112

A Participant’s View of United Nations Commission on International Trade Law’s Working Party II (Arbitration) Proceedings in January 2006
Lowry, Houston Putnam
Arbitration: The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management
Volume 73, Number 3, August 2007 p.269-273

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Insolvency law reform in Asia and emerging global insolvency norms
Professor Roman Tomasic
Insolvency Law Journal
Volume 15, Number 4, December 2007 p.229

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Insolvency law reform has become increasingly global in character as law itself has also become more global. This is in part a reflection of the importance of insolvency law as a feature of any well-developed market-based economy. It is also a reflection of the work of law reform entrepreneurs in the form of professional bodies, such as INSOL International and the International Bar Association, as well as the influence of multilateral bodies such as the Asian Development Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development and the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law. Governments, such as those in Australia and Japan, have also played a major role in fostering insolvency law reform in Asia. However, the principal trigger for action in this area of law reform over the last decade has been the desire to prevent undesirable consequences of the kind that occurred during the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis. This article examines some of these issues and looks especially at the extent to which recent socio- Legal Research has enhanced our understanding of these law reform developments and their prospects.

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The Strange Career of the Dormant Commerce Clause and International Trade Law in the Great Lakes Anti-Diversion Regime
A. Dan Tarlock
Michigan State law Review
Volume 2006, Issue 5, Special p.1375

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United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) / Commission des Nations Unies pour le droit commercial international (CNUDCI)
Uniform Law Review
Volume 12, Number 2, 2007 p.362

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B. Zeller, CISG and the Unification of International Trade Law, Routledge-Cavendish, Abingdon, 2007
Lena PETERS
Uniform Law Review
Volume 12, Number 2, 2007 p.404

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THE INTERPRETATION OF THE CONVENTION AND THE NORWEGIAN APPROACH
Marius Sollund
Nordic Journal of Commercial law
Number 1, 2007

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The need for a uniform international sales law has become increasingly more important as the commercial market has become very complex, and most countries are involved in international trade to some extent.

 

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Commercial law, International human rights law, International trade law, Legal Research, Rule of law, State law, Trade law Part 9, Trade law.