Tariff Negotiations and Renegotiations under the GATT and the WTO: Procedures and Practices by Anwarul HodaTariff Negotiations and Renegotiations under the GATT and the WTO: Procedures and Practices by Anwarul Hoda

Tariff Negotiations and Renegotiations under the GATT and the WTO: Procedures and Practices

byAnwarul Hoda

Hardcover | November 12, 2001

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The procedures and practices to implement the provisions relating to tariff negotiations have evolved considerably since the GATT was established in 1947. The provisions themselves have undergone some changes in the last fifty-four years. Professor Hoda reviews the evolution of these provisions and of the procedures adopted and practices followed by the contracting parties to GATT 1947 and the Members of the WTO.
Professor Anwarul Hoda is based at the Indian Council for Research in International Economic Relations, New Delhi, India. He is a former Deputy Director-General of the World Trade Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.
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Title:Tariff Negotiations and Renegotiations under the GATT and the WTO: Procedures and PracticesFormat:HardcoverPublished:November 12, 2001Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521804493

ISBN - 13:9780521804493

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Table of Contents

Preface; 1. Legal framework for tariff negotiations and renegotiations under GATT 1994; 2. Tariff conferences and rounds of multilateral trade negotiations; 3. Bilateral and plurilateral negotiations; 4. Practice and procedures in renegotiation; 5. Schedules of tariff concessions: rectification, modification and consolidation; 6. Conclusions and recommendations; Appendices; Index.

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'It repays a close reading, and provides a comprehensive understanding of BATT/WTO tariff negotiations and renegotiations. It also makes an important contribution to the goal of transparency in international trade.' The Cambridge Law Journal