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NMEs and the double remedy problem

2017 Working Papers | Global Economics: Trade Investment and Development

Author(s): Thomas J. Prusa

Topic(s): Trade, Investment and International Cooperation //

ABSTRACT:

In 2007 the US reversed its long-standing policy prohibiting the simultaneous imposition of anti-dumping duties (ADDs) and countervailing duties (CVDs) against non-market economies. The EU followed the US’ lead and also began imposing simultaneous ADDs and CVDs. The practice, however, leads to double remedies, which are when a domestic subsidy is offset by both an […]

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Trade in services and economic transformation: a new development policy priority

2017 Technical Report | Global Economics: Trade Investment and Development

Author(s): Bernard M. Hoekman, Dirk Willem Te Velde

Topic(s): Economic Development // Trade, Investment and International Cooperation //

ABSTRACT:

Services play a vital role in economic transformation and job creation in poor countries, but the effects are different from those in agriculture or manufacturing. While much of the discussion on economic transformation centres on transforming agriculture and moving into manufacturing, services are an under-explored component of economic transformation strategies. This set of essays analyses […]

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A Network Anatomy of Chinese State-Owned Enterprises

: Working Papers | Global Economics: Trade Investment and Development

Author(s): Li-Wen Lin

Topic(s): Economic Development // International Relations // Trade, Investment and International Cooperation //

ABSTRACT:

This Article provides an anatomy of Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) by unpacking their various relations with different types of state organs. It shows that Chinese SOEs are embedded in a network composed of dense and complex links with the state. Shareholding ties, albeit important, are only one of the many relations with the state. This […]

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TPP, American national security, and Chinese SOEs

2017 Working Papers | Global Economics: Trade Investment and Development

Author(s): Raj Bhala

Topic(s): Trade, Investment and International Cooperation //

ABSTRACT:

Free trade agreements (FTAs) are about far more than free trade. They are about national security. A trade deal may be ambitious in liberalizing or managing cross-border flows in goods, services, intellectual property (IP), and people. But, to argue for or against an FTA solely along the axis of free-versus-managed trade is to miss another […]

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The power of legality: practices of international law and their politics

2016 Books | Cultural Pluralism

Author(s): Nikolas Rajkovic, Tanja E. Aalberts, Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen

Topic(s): International Relations //

ABSTRACT:

From an airstrip in Saudi Arabia, the CIA launches drones to ‘legally’ kill Al-Qaida leaders in Yemen. On the North Pole, Russia plants a flag on the seabed to extend legal claim over resources. In Brussels, the European Commission unveils its Emissions Trading System, extending environmental jurisdiction globally over foreign airlines. And at Frankfurt Airport, […]

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