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Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements
Case Studies

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Andrew D. Mitchell, Tania Voon, Mauricio Salas, Luz Sosa, Bradly J. Condon, Nkululeko Khumal, Peter Draper, Jason Kearns, Jiangyu Wang
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  • Date Published: January 2009
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521878289

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  • The history of the world trading system and international trade agreements is characterised by shifts between bilateralism, regionalism and multilateralism. Bilateralism has recently returned, having gained momentum following the failed WTO negotiations at the 1999 Seattle Ministerial Conference. The result is that today's international trade rules are now a complex web of instruments and agreements. This volume contains case studies of selected bilateral and regional free trade agreements (FTAs), covering a wide range of countries, regions and key issues such as intellectual property and agriculture. Authored by leading scholars, practitioners and governmental officials, each case study provides a comprehensive review of the negotiating history and result of the selected agreement. Each study can serve as an in-depth examination of a particular FTA, and the group of case studies can be used to compare and contrast the coverage of different FTAs or to examine the FTAs signed by a particular country.

    • Companion book to the collection of core agreements available at www.worldtradelaw.net
    • Text offers 'added value' analysis to the core agreements
    • Range of contributors means the book combines both practitioner and academic experience
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    • Date Published: January 2009
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521878289
    • length: 262 pages
    • dimensions: 244 x 170 x 16 mm
    • weight: 0.62kg
    • contains: 2 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Notes on contributors
    Acknowledgments
    Table of common abbreviations
    Table of cases
    Table of treaties and international agreements
    1. The Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement Andrew D. Mitchell and Tania Voon
    2. Central American-Dominican Republic-United States Free Trade Agreement Mauricio Salas
    3. China-Chile Free Trade Agreement Luz Sosa
    4. European Union-Mexico Economic Partnership, Political Co-ordination and Co-operation Agreement Bradly J. Condon
    5. European Free Trade Association-Southern African Customs Union Free trade Agreement Nkululeko Khumal and Peter Draper
    6. Japan-Mexico Economic Partnership Agreement Bryan Mercurio
    7. United States-Morocco Free Trade Agreement Jason Kearns
    8. Association of Southeast Asian Nations-China Free Trade Agreements Jiangyu Wang.

  • Editors

    Simon Lester, WorldTradeLaw.net LLC
    Simon Lester is the co-founder and President of www.WorldTradeLaw.net.

    Bryan Mercurio, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Bryan Mercurio is Professor of Law at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

    Contributors

    Andrew D. Mitchell, Tania Voon, Mauricio Salas, Luz Sosa, Bradly J. Condon, Nkululeko Khumal, Peter Draper, Jason Kearns, Jiangyu Wang

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