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Transparency is crucial to all aspects of the WTO. It aids the administration of WTO agreements and disputes settlement, allows agenda setting for negotiation for new disciplines, and fosters trust between WTO Members b...

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(Summary of a project undertaken for Trade Law Bureau, Government of Canada)*

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The seventy years following the establishment of the multilateral trading regime with the GATT 1947 have seen very few invocations of national...

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Since the opening up of India’s markets to foreign trade, the growth of India’s trade in services has been exponential and it became a leading exporter in trade in services in the world. Due to increased competition,...

This memorandum has been prepared in the context of the United Kingdom (UK) providing notice to withdraw from the European Union (EU), known as Brexit, and the implications of this on the provisional application of the EU – Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agree...

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Public procurement for green innovation refers to tailoring public procurement policies in such a way as to promote green innovation within the wider economy. This study considers the nature of these policies, their legal limits, best practices, and ho...

Memorandum for the International Trade Center 

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The East African Community (EAC) is the regional intergovernmental organization of the Republics of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania, and the Republic of Uganda. The EAC countries est...

Though deployed successfully in restoring markets after the 2008 Financial Crisis, recent unconventional monetary measures have generated spillovers. The prospect of their retraction (i.e receding liquidity) engenders further adverse spillovers. It is in containing suc...

This guide addresses the incongruence in the need for capital flow measures (“CFMs”) as perceived by the IMF and their permissibility under international investment agreements (“IIAs”) and the WTO regime. CFMs would be essential to contain the effects of volatile capit...


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Since 2001, the Working Party on Domestic Regulation has been engaged in the negotiating process for future disciplines under GATS Article VI:4. While there has been plenty of progress, many questions still persist before the final draft becomes a rea...

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