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AuthorBenitah, Marc
TitleThe law of subsidies under the GATT/WTO system / Marc Benitah
Imprint Boston : Kluwer Law International, 2001
Descript xii, 424 p. ; 25 cm

CONTENT

Part I. Legal techniques for attenuating entitlements granted to the party allegedly affected by a subsidy: Explicit techniques of attenuation ; Implicit techniques of attenuation ; Relative weakness of attenuations in the countervailing duty field -- Part II. Techniques of attenuation as a seed for the birth of legal disputes: Legal disputes arising from the ambiguous link between two texts ; Disputes from poorly defined concepts ; Failure of extremist techniques of interpretation ; Vulnerability of attenuations favoring developing countries ; Difficulty to apply coherently attenuations derived from the concept of "Distortion" ; Causality between subsidy and injury for the purpose of countervailing duties: A legally indeterminate -- Obstacles in the way of clarifying attenuated norms through the case law process


Subsidies -- Law and legislation General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (Organization) World Trade Organization

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