WTO dispute settlement : an African perspective

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  • Creator edited by Trudi Hartzenberg
  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication London : Cameron May, 2008.
  • Physical Details
    • 345 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • ISBNs 1905017316, 9781905017317
  • OCLC ocn171555538

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references.

Contents

  • Introduction -- The 'Early Harvest Negotiations' in 2003 -- The role of the Advisory Centre on WTO law in assisting African countries in WTO dispute settlement -- European Community's subsidies on sugar: observations on African participation as a third party in the challenge at the WTO -- An African awakening in US upland cotton-lessons from LDCs -- The reform of the SADC dispute settlement mechanism-observations and lessons learned from the process -- How can individuals oblige the South African government to protect their interests as set out in the WTO agreements? -- Role of the domestic industry in trade remedy disputes -- The non-participation by African states in the dispute settlement system of the WTO: reasons and consequences -- Initiation of WTO trade disputes by the private sector-need for SADC/COMESA countries to develop national mechanisms -- The SACU tribunal: conceptual and practical issues -- The settlement of African trade disputes and the prospect of regional integration -- Lessons from the recent decision of the East African Court of Justice (EACJ) for Southern African trade blocs -- Integration through law: an examination of the jurisprudence of regional economic integration judicial bodies in Africa
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