Wednesday, August 3, 2011

'Nuff said

(Taking context-optional note of thought-provoking quotes)

'It would indeed be preferable for WTO Members to resolve this issue through negotiation, but the current state of the Doha Round may preclude progress on that front, along with many others.'

-- Professor Tania Voon (left) (prior post), Melbourne Law School, Australia, in an ASIL Insight entitled “Orange Juice, Shrimp, and the United States Response to Adverse WTO Rulings on Zeroing.” “Zeroing” is a way of determining if a state is illegally dumping commodities on the global market – the way preferred by the United States but not by the appellate adjudicative body of the World Trade Organization. Voon’s account is one of two recent ASIL Insights on antidumping; the other, by Florida Law Professor Wentong Zheng, is here. IntLawGrrls' prior posts on the current state of Doha may be found here.

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