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Call # K4610.A8 W862 2002
Author WTO Conference (2nd : 2002 : British Institute of International and Comparative Law)
Title WTO law and process / edited by Mads Andenas and Federico Ortino
Imprint London : British Institute of International and Comparative Law, c2005
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Descript. xiv, 542 p. ; 24 cm
Note Proceedings of the 2nd-4th Annual WTO Conferences, held at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law from 2001-2004
Includes bibliographical references
Subject World Trade Organization -- Rules and practice -- Congresses
Foreign trade regulation -- Congresses
Dispute resolution (Law) -- Congresses
Alt Author Andenæs, Mads Tønnesson, 1957-
Ortino, Federico
WTO Conference (3rd : 2003 : British Institute of International and Comparative Law)
WTO Conference (4th : 2004 : British Institute of International and Comparative Law)
OCLC # 62885677
Table of Contents
Pt. ISecond Annual WTO Conference (2002) : dispute resolution and the WTO Constitution 
Ch. 1Dispute resolution and the WTO Constitution 
Ch. 2Reforms needed and proposals 
Ch. 3Implications for the dispute settlement system of the present trends of the WTO (human rights; China membership; labour; environment; developing countries) 
Pt. IIThird Annual WTO Conference (2003) : dispute resolution - at the crossroads 
Ch. 1Dispute settlement : where to now? 
Ch. 2Trade remedies : problems and prospects 
Ch. 3Compliance 
Ch. 4Pushing the frontiers : GMOS and GSP 
Ch. 5Closing session : overall views and discussion 
Pt. IIIFourth Annual WTO Conference (2004) : GATS and financial services (11 May 2004) dispute settlement in the WTO (12 May 2004) 
Ch. 1General GATS issues 
Ch. 2GATS and financial services 
Ch. 3Dispute settlement : jurisprudential and procedural features 
Ch. 4General institutional issues 
Ch. 5Remedies and enforcement 
Ch. 6Relationship with international law