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EU Anti-Subsidy Law & Practice
EU Anti-Subsidy Law & Practice
2nd Edition
Practice Area:  International Trade
ISBN:  9780421915206
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  27 Nov 2007
Format:  Hardback
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Providing a comprehensive review of EU rules and their practical interpretation, EU Anti-Subsidy Law and Practice:
  • Gives clear guidance on the procedures for tackling subsidized imports in the EU, and offers practical advice when embarking upon the relevant anti-subsidy proceedings
  • Addresses the concept of subsidisation
  • Looks at the circumstances in which subsidised imports cause injury to a community industry, helping to determine when a case can be made
  • Considers what countervailing measures involve and how they work
  • Explains the processes and powers of the European Commission in relation to anti-subsidy and the handling of anti-subsidy investigations
  • Provides commentary on when a subsidy could be a target of countervailing measures
  • Incorporates flowcharts explaining the processes involved in taking a case to court and the role that the European commission Advisory Committee plays
  • Includes commentary on avoiding procedural pitfalls when preparing a case
  • Looks at the practical interpretation of the EU rules, enabling you to learn from the outcomes of previous cases
  • Explores the remedies and possible means of resolution
  • Examines how EU and WTO rules interact
  • Multilateral disciplines on subsidies in the WTO
  • WTO agreement on subsidies and countervailing measures
  • Remedies under WTO law
  • Legal framework
  • Substantive elements: the concept of subsidisation
  • Substantive elements: injury and community, interest
  • The investigation
  • Countervailing measures
  • Reviews and refunds
  • Judicial remedies

“An important addition to the library of any serious international trade lawyer”. - New Law Journal
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