Dispute Settement in the WTO Policy and Jurisprudential Considerations
This paper explores the rule system of the World Trade Organization (WTO) as reflected mainly in the new and innovative WTO dispute settlement procedures. It begins with a retrospective look at the history of GATT on this subject. The goal of the rest of the paper is then not just to describe the procedures and the practice under them, but also to probe a number of fairly fundamental jurisprudential questions about these procedures, some of which have been apparent for some time, while others have only begun to emerge during the early years of actual application of the WTO Agreement.
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