Dispute settlement at the WTO : the developing country experience / edited by Gregory C. Shaffer and Ricardo Melendez-Ortiz. - New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011. - xvi, 355 p. : ill.

Reprint. Originally published: 2010.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

pt. I Case studies from South America -- 1 Winning at the WTO : the development of a trade policy community within Brazil / Gregory Shaffer, Michelle Ratton Sanchez Badin, and Barbara Rosenberg -- 2 Argentina's experience with WTO dispute settlement : development of national capacity and the use of in-house lawyers / Jose L. Perez Gabilondo -- pt. II Case studies from Asia -- 3 China's experience in utilizing the WTO dispute settlement mechanism / Han Liyu and Henry Gao -- 4 Learning from the India-EC GSP dispute : the issues and the process / Biswajit Dhar and Abhik Majumdar -- 5 Thailand's experience in the WTO dispute settlement system : challenging the EC-sugar regime / Pornchai Danvivathana -- 6 How the DSU worked for Bangladesh : the first least developed country to bring a WTO claim / Mohammad Ali Taslim -- pt. III Case studies from Africa -- 7 South Africa's experience with international trade dispute settlement / Gustav Brink -- 8 WTO dispute settlement for a middle-income developing country : the situation of Egypt / Magda Shahin -- 9 Sub-Saharan Africa and WTO dispute settlement : the case of Kenya / David Ouma Ochieng and David S. Majanja -- 10Conclusion / David Evans and Gregory C. Shaffer.

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World Trade Organization--Developing countries.


Arbitration (International law)
Foreign trade regulation -- Developing countries.
Tariff -- Law and legislation -- Developing countries.

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