Settlements of Trade Disputes between China and Latin American Countries by Dan WeiSettlements of Trade Disputes between China and Latin American Countries by Dan Wei

Settlements of Trade Disputes between China and Latin American Countries

byDan Wei

Hardcover | July 15, 2015

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Presenting a wealth of highly original and innovative analyses and case studies, this book examines the strategic ties between various emerging economies, their different approaches to finding mutual trade solutions, and new trends in the use of contingent protection. The research methodology can also be applied to the study of specific Latin American countries or other developed or developing states in comparison to China. The book presents new theories and offers a valuable template for further studies in this area. Further, the application of the New Haven approach can further develop the studies' potential to offer guidance in a broader context.

Title:Settlements of Trade Disputes between China and Latin American CountriesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:215 pagesPublished:July 15, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662464241

ISBN - 13:9783662464243

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Table of Contents

Welber Barral, Brazil and China: trade in the 21st century.-Dan Wei, The use of trade defense: some considerations for Brazil-China bilateral trade relationship.-Cynthia Kramer, Brazilian trade remedies practice against China.-Luiz Eduardo Salles, Navigating Brazil's new antidumping regulations: acceleration, codification, proceduralization.-Leonor Cordovil and Aline de Carvalho, Antidumping, public interest and the Chinese challenge.-Luciana Maria de Oliveira, Improving the effectiveness of the DSB of the WTO and the economic reality of the new members: the case of China.-Daniela Gómez-Altamirano, China-Mexico trade disputes: fear of competition?.-Alberto do Amaral Júnior, Vera Thorstensen and Thiago R. S. M. Nog,BRICS in the world trading system: emerging economies in the WTO dispute settlement system.-Cecilia Fresnedo de Aguirre,Settlement of trade disputes between China and Latin America: A Uruguayan perspective.