The International Trade Law Review

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The International Trade Law Review
Edition 7

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The International Trade Law Review provides an incisive, in-depth overview of the current state of global trade law and practice. With a focus on recent developments, it analyses the key features of the national and international legal frameworks governing trade, including trade remedies; investigation and review procedures; applicable treaties; trade disputes; and an outlook for future developments.

Overviews

The International Trade Law Review: Editors' Preface

The International Trade Law Review: World Trade Organization

The International Trade Law Review: UK Customs and Trade

The International Trade Law Review: The TRIPS Waiver and Covid-19 Vaccine Production

The International Trade Law Review: Must an Effective Activist State Harm Trading Partners?

The International Trade Law Review: Laws of Vaccine Nationalism

Jurisdictions

The International Trade Law Review: Argentina

The International Trade Law Review: Brazil

The International Trade Law Review: Canada

The International Trade Law Review: Chile

The International Trade Law Review: China

The International Trade Law Review: Colombia

The International Trade Law Review: Eurasian Economic Union

The International Trade Law Review: European Union

The International Trade Law Review: India

The International Trade Law Review: Malaysia

The International Trade Law Review: Pakistan

The International Trade Law Review: Thailand

The International Trade Law Review: Turkey

The International Trade Law Review: USA

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