Principles of international trade law : including the World Trade Organization, technology transfers, and import/export/customs law
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Ralph H. Folsom (professor of law, University of San Diego School of Law, A.B. Princeton University, J.D. Yale Law School, LL.M. London School of Economics)
Second edition. St. Paul, MN : West Academic Publishing,  ©2018
- "Principles of International Trade Law commences with coverage of the World Trade Organization and its many agreements, followed by customs and import/export law, and ends with coverage of technology transfers across borders. Principles is intended to provide considerably more depth, analysis, citations and related documents than found in a Nutshell. Principles of international trade law can be used in connection with any international trade or international business transactions course book, or on its own. Key trade law documents are included"--Publisher's website.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- The essentials of international trade law, the WTO -- United States trade and tariff law -- Customs classification, valuation, and origin -- Antidumping duties -- Subsidies and countervailing duties -- Safeguard proceedings, trade adjustment assistance -- U.S. nontariff trade barriers and disputes -- Counterfeit and IP infringing imports -- Gray market imports -- United States export controls -- United States boycott laws -- United States anti-boycott law -- Foreign corrupt practices -- Unilateral U.S. Section 301 trade sanctions -- Technology transfers across borders -- An early commentary on trade policy under the Trump administration
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