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This is from a paper by Tomer:
considering anti-dumping as an expression of global governance may seem to promise a breath of fresh air. Might governments actually be pursuing some deeper - or loftier - regulatory agendas that could somehow be understood as a form of benign global administration, albeit ...
This is from a new paper by Tania Voon:
... Discrimination and trade-restrictiveness are two distinct concepts that, while overlapping, should not be conflated. A non-discriminatory internal measure is unlikely to restrict trade, because it is unlikely to reduce the competitive opportunities of imported products vis Ă vis
Struggling to find holiday gifts for lawyers? Fortunately, the venerable Reid Trautz has done it again – and assembled a list that will make yourÂ online or (gasp) offline shopping a snap:
“Well, the holidays are upon us, so the hunt ...