Course Programme for Anti-Dumping and Anti Subsidy
Trade and the Global Economy
Trade and the Global Economy
The role of international trade in economic development, sustainability and growth
Openness and productivity
The World Trade Agreement (WTA) 1994
The establishment of the World Trade Organization (WTO)
Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization
Article I - Establishment of the Organization
Article II - Scope of the WTO
Article III - Functions of the WTO
Article IV - Structure of the WTO
Article V - Relations with other Organizations
Article VI - The Secretariat
Article VII - Budget and Contributions
Article VIII - Status of the WTO
Article IX - Decision-Making
Article X – Amendments
Article XI - Original Membership
Article XII - Accession
Article XIII - Non-Application of Multilateral Trade Agreements between Particular Members
Article XIV - Acceptance, Entry into Force and Deposit
Article XV – Withdrawal
Article XVI - Miscellaneous Provisions
The Uruguay Round Protocol GATT 1994
Understanding The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)
GATT's relationship to environmental policy
WTO Agreement on Agriculture
WTO Agreement on Sanitary and Photo sanitary Measures
WTO Agreement on Textiles and Clothing
WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade
WTO Agreement on Trade-Related Investment
WTO Agreement on Pre-shipment Inspection
WTO Agreement on Rules of Origin
WTO Agreement on Import Licensing Procedures
WTO Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
WTO Agreement on Government Procurement
The effects of dumping on the economy of host countries
The effects of dumping on the economy of domestic countries
The effects of dumping on the economy of transhipment countries
The patriotism stance: the British flag scenario
Anti-dumping cases and measures
An examination of selected Anti-dumping cases from:
(6) Czech Republic
(11) New Zealand
(13) South Africa
An examination of some Anti-dumping measures taken by:
6. China, P.R.
7. Chinese Taipei
9. Costa Rica
10. Czech Republic
12. European Community
19. Korea, Rep. of
24. New Zealand
32. South Africa
34. Trinidad and Tobago
36. United States
Europe And World Trade Directorate
The result of the European Commission’s Investigation of Allegations of Injury To The EU Steel Industry, Caused By Subsidised Imports From India And Korea
Analysis of the EU Findings:
Were other imports to blame?
Does the domestic industry suffer from over capacity?
The UK’s Stance on Anti-Dumping: A Departure from, and conflict with Europe
The UK Trade And Investment White Paper, 'Making Globalisation A Force For Good'
Analytical Support For The Trade And Investment White Paper
The UK’s response to the EU Commission’s concern on anti-subsidy
Some Anti-Dumping Conclusions:
The Tendency Of All Countries To Take Action To Protect The Interest Of Their National Economies.
The Necessitation of The Use Of Subsidies And/Or External Competition That Might Result In Dumping
Why The Same Countries that Are Against Dumping Are Themselves Engaged In Dumping.
Credence In The UK’s Stance On Subsidy And Dumping – As Positive Factors Of Globalisation.
The World Is One Large Community, - With Separate Economic ‘Pockets’
The need for a balance in Dumping-Antidumping Stance
Services and Off-shoring: The Impact of Increasing International Competition in Services
What the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)?
The aim of the GATS
GATS and WTO
The Cancun WTO Ministerial Declaration
How GATS is viewed by the European Commission
GATS as an instrument to benefit business"
The main points of critique of GATS
Are Developing countries marginalized by GATS?