Regional and Global Regulation of International Trade : Regional and Global Regulation of International Trade :.

These essays, written by leading scholars in international trade law, argue the pros and cons of greater regional and global regulation.

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Author / Creator: Snyder, Francis.
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Edition:1st ed.
Imprint: London : Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2002.
Series:Studies in European Law and Integration Ser.
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Local Note:Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2022. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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505 0 |a Half Title Page -- Half Title verso -- Title Page -- Title verso -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Table of Cases -- Table of Legislation -- 1. Governing Economic Globalisation: Global Legal Pluralism and EU Law -- I INTRODUCTION -- II A GLOBAL ECONOMIC NETWORK: THE GLOBAL COMMODITY CHAIN IN TOYS -- III ELEMENTS OF GLOBAL LEGAL PLURALISM -- IV THE SHAPE OF GLOBAL LEGAL PLURALISM -- V CONCLUSION -- 2. The Constitution of the Global Market -- I INTRODUCTION -- II REGULATION OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE AS AN EMERGING CONSTITUTION -- III INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGE TO NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONALISM -- IV GLOBAL CONSTITUTIONALISM AND THE FUTURE OF INTERNATIONALTRADE LAW -- 3. North American Economic Integration: Implications for the WTO, the EU and Asia -- I LEGALISATION OF TRADE RELATIONS -- II INTRA-REGIONAL ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF THE NAFTA -- III GLOBAL WELFARE EFFECTS OF THE NAFTA -- IV APEC AND THE LEGALISED REGIONAL INTEGRATION MECHANISM -- V NAFTA AS A PREFERABLE MODEL FOR EAST ASIA -- VI NAFTA, EAST ASIA AND THE WTO SYSTEM -- 4. Establishing the Rules of the Game: Domestic Structures and Unfair Trade Instruments -- I INTRODUCTION -- II THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK -- III THE EU'S ANTI-DUMPING METHODOLOGY AGAINST JAPAN -- IV CONCLUSION -- 5. Indian Foreign Policy on the Threshold of the Twenty-first Century -- I IMPACT OF THE END OF THE COLD WAR -- II THE MAJOR POWERS -- III SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST ASIA -- IV POLITICS OF ECONOMIC REFORM -- V INDIA, CTBT AND NON-PROLIFERATION -- VI INDIA: A REGIONAL OR GLOBAL POWER? -- VII CONCLUSION -- 6. Courts and Regional Integration -- I INSTITUTIONALISATION -- II DISPUTE-SETTLEMENT SYSTEMS -- III IMPLICATIONS OF DISPUTE-RESOLUTION MECHANISMS -- IV INSTITUTIONALISATION AND JUDICIALISATION -- 7. China's Economic Development and the WTO Membership Issue: Stakes and Strategies -- I INTRODUCTION. 
505 8 |a II CHINA IN THE WTO: THE STRUCTURAL OBSTACLES -- III THE MARKET ACCESS ISSUE -- IV WHAT COULD CHINA GAIN FROM MEMBERSHIP OF THE WTO? -- V CONCLUSION -- 8. The WTO as the Legal Foundation of International Commercial Relations: Current Status and Options for the Next Decade -- I GENERAL OVERVIEW -- II CURRENT WTO COMMITMENTS -- III OPTIONS FOR THE NEXT DECADE -- IV POSTSCRIPT -- 9. Global and Regional Regulatory Changes of Foreign Direct Investment: Challenges and Opportunities for the ASEAN in the Wake of the Recent Turmoil -- I INTRODUCTION -- II BACKGROUND ON FDI IN THE ASEAN -- III FINANCIAL CRISIS AND TRENDS IN FDI -- IV INVESTMENT REGIMES IN THE ASEAN COUNTRIES -- V GLOBAL CONTEXT AND REGIONAL RESPONSES FOR FDI -- VI PROSPECTS FOR AN INVESTMENT REGULATORY FRAMEWORK -- 10. The Compatibility of the Chinese Anti-Dumping Regulations with the WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement -- I INTRODUCTION -- II CONSISTENT ASPECTS -- III GAPS TO BE FILLED -- IV CONCLUSION -- 11. China's Trade Policy and its Implications -- I INTRODUCTION -- II THE REFORM OF TRADE POLICY -- III AREAS OF CONFLICT -- IV MOVES TOWARDS AN AGREEMENT -- 12. Regionalism, Open Regionalism and Article XXIV GATT: Conflicts and Harmony -- I INTRODUCTION -- II THE CO-EXISTENCE OF REGIONALISM AND MULTILATERALISM -- III OPEN REGIONALISM: BACKGROUND, BASIC CONCEPTS AND PRACTICAL INTERPRETATION -- IV PROVISIONS OF THE GATT/WTO ON RIAs: WHETHER AND WHAT TO CHANGE -- V CONCLUSION -- 13. Economic Law Reform Dealing With the Asian Financial Turmoil -- I ASIAN FINANCIAL TURMOIL -- II LEGAL REFORM UNDER THE ASIAN FINANCIAL TURMOIL -- III ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES -- IV CONCLUSION -- Index. 
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