This book includes a collection of papers on surveys of topics under consideration in the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations, analysis of topics of traditional concern to developing countries, and a few theoretical papers on the role of law in the international trading system.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Foreign Trade Policy and tile Function of Rules for Trade Policy Making 3. Perspectives after Punta del Este 4. The Possibilities for National Measures of Implementation to Strengthen tile Legal Quality of International Rules on Foreign Trade 5. Preferential Treatment of Developing Countries in International Trade - Past Experiences and Future Perspectives 6. Non-Reciprocal Treatment 7. The Legal Framework for Stable, Remunerative and Equitable Commodity Prices in International Trade 8. The Developing Countries and the Uruguay Round Negotiations on Antidumping Code 9. Proposals for Reforming the GATT-Antidumping Code 10. Grey Area Trade Policies 11. Grey Area Trade Restrictions and International Law 12. Developing Countries and Liberalization of Agricultural Trade 13. International Regulation of Subsidies and Economic Development 14. Subsidies, Countervailing Duties and Developing Countries 15. Uruguay Round Negotiations on Services: Issues and Recent Developments 16. National Treatment in Trade in Services and Developing Countries 17. Protection of Intellectual Property Rights and Foreign Trade (Uruguay Round) 18. The United Nations Draft Code of Conduct on Transfer of Technology: Problems and Prospects 19. UNCTAD and Trade Liberalization 20. Proposals for Improvements in the GATT Dispute Settlement System: A Survey and Comparative Analysis