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By accepting this principle, the first objective of GATT i.
To say the least, even if the IMF outlaws China's exchange rate system, a finding that an exchange rate is "fundamentally misaligned" or "manipulated" under IMF Article IV: 1(iii) does not automatically establish a violation of the GATT Article XV(4).
The Panel was most evidently conflicted by its most controversial finding that GATT exceptions were unavailable to China as a defense of its export duties.
Although GATT created the legal authority for PTAs in 1947, the economic implications of PTAs were not well understood at the time.
The GATT conducted eight rounds of multilateral trade negotiations from 1947 to 1993.
GATT Contracting Parties decide to establish "trade information and trade promotion advisory services in the framework of GATT.
At the end of WWII, many of the large countries that became the original members of GATT had high tariffs.
In its quarterly report on Form 10-QSB for the period ended September 30, 2000, GATT reported losses of roughly $1.
For these and other reasons, Zeiler's book cannot be considered the definitive history of the birth of GATT.
The answer to this question has serious implications for the study of GATT as an institution: if the behavior of trade negotiators makes no sense on any level, then there can be no internal logic to GATT, since this behavior is woven into the very fabric of GATT law and practice.
Are agricultural subsidization and antidumping duties consistent with the trade liberalization philosophy underlying the GATT, the NAFTA and the EU?
18) Although the original GATT agreement and subsequent rounds of negotiations addressed a variety of Issues,(19) essentially three basic principles underlie GATT: (1) trade should be conducted on the basis of non-discrimination,(20) (2) markets should remain open and any protection afforded domestic industries should be accomplished exclusively through overt measures such as tariffs and import quotas,(21) and (3) violations of the principle of fair trade should be adjudicated exclusively through GATT.