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Trade, Intellectual Property Rights, and the World Trade Organization

Kamal Saggi | 07/19/2016

Of the eight rounds of multilateral trade negotiations sponsored by the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), the Uruguay Round (1986-1994) was the longest and the most far-reaching.1 It…

The “China, Inc.” Challenge to Global Trade Governance

Mark Wu | Harvard International Law Journal | 03/01/2016

Abstract In the past decade, the World Trade O...

SMEs and the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement: A Training Manual

International Trade Centre | 12/01/2015

It may be surprising to know that there is no standard de...

NAFTA at 20: North America’s Free-Trade Area and Its Impact on Agriculture

Steven Zahniser, Sahar Angadjivand, Tom Hertz, Lindsay Kuberka, Alexandra Santos | 02/20/2015

Border Carbon Adjustment and International Trade

Madison Condon and Ada Ignaciuki | OECD | 06/15/2013

An important source of political opposition to measures aime...

Trade and Climate Change

Ludivine Tamiotti, Robert Teh, and Vesile Kulaçoğlu | WTO | Anne Olhoff, Benjamin Simmons, and Hussein Abaza | UNEP | 02/06/2009

The Role of the Euro in Sub-Saharan Africa and in the CFA Franc Zone

Martin Hallett | European Commission - Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs | 11/01/2008

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