WTO Dispute Settlement: Status of U. S. Compliance in Pending Cases
DIANE Publishing, Jun 1, 2011 - 80 pages
Although the U.S. has complied with adverse rulings in many past World Trade Org. (WTO) disputes, there are currently 11 cases in which rulings have not yet been implemented or the U.S. has taken action and the dispute has not been fully resolved. Contents of this report: (1) WTO Dispute Settlement Procedures: (2) Uruguay Round Agreements Act: Statutory Requirements for Implementing WTO Decisions: Section 102: Domestic Legal Effect of WTO Decisions; Domestic Implementation of WTO Decisions Involving Administrative Action; (3) Pending Cases Involving Legislative Action; (4) Pending Cases Involving Administrative Action. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find publication
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