WTO law - from a European perspective
- from a European perspectiveaf Michael Steinicke, Karsten Engsig Sørensen, Birgitte Egelund Olsen
A review of the WTO Law system. WTO Law is a relatively new field of law which has gained importance over the last decade in connection with the regulation of international trade. In their presentation of the WTO Law, the authors review the dispute settlement system, the relationship to the EU and give a review of key issues in relation to trade, including the GATT Agreement´s provisions on trade in goods, the GATS Agreement´s provisions on services, and the TRIPS Agreement on intellectual property rights. The book also deals with the relationship between trade and the environment, including the provisions on anti-dumping, safeguards, the elimination of certain subsidies, and the government procurement agreement. The analyses provided in this book all relate to parallel issues in EU Law.
- 19. Januar 2006
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