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Economic Power Partnerships in Asia-Pacific

Economic Power Partnerships in Asia-Pacific
International Business Law Journal - Special Issue
ISBN:  9780414089082
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  16 Nov 2020
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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This title is a special issue of the International Business Law Journal which brings together papers presented during a two-day conference held at the University of Chiang Mai (Thailand) on 28 and 29 November 2019 and is dedicated to analysing and understanding the ECONOMIC POWER PARTNERSHIPS IN ASIA-PACIFIC.


PART I Comparative Study of the Architecture of Partnership Agreements: EU-Asia- Pacific, ASEAN, EUCM, KORUS, Comprehensive and Progressive Transpacific Partnership (CPTPP)
  • Christian DEBLOCK ‘Market Economy Status and China: The Contours of Debate between Competition and Competitiveness’
  • Erwan LANNON ‘The Maritime Dimension of Asia–EU Relations and the Strategic Importance of Enhanced Cooperation with India and ASEAN post COVID-19’
  • Michel TROCHU ‘The opening of Public Procurement Markets in recent Free Trade Agreements: Is the use of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) a timely Solution?
PART II Comparative Study of some of the Contents of Partnership Agreements in the Environmental, Climate, Sustainable Development, Social and Human Rights Fields
  • Cuc Thi Kim NGUYEN and Ha Thi Ngoc LE ‘Host State Human Rights in EU–ASEAN International Investment Agreements with Asica-Pacific Countries’
  • Duong Tran Thi THUY ‘Foreign direct investment and a harmonised sustainable development policy in ASEAN States – Myth or reality?’
  • Danielle CHARLES-LE BIHAN ‘Trade in Environmental Goods and Services in EU–Asia Pacific Partnership Agreements in the context of the WTO’
  • Yumiko NAKANISHI ‘Environment and Energy in EU–Japan Partnership Agreements’
PART III Comparative Study of the Procedures for Transposing the Provisions of Partnership Agreements into National Law
  • Nguyen Thao Vy NGOˆ, Hoàng Thái Hy NGUYEN and Xuân My Hien NGUYEN ‘Remarks for European Renewable Energy Investors in Vietnam under EU–Vietnam Investment Protection Agreements’
  • Duc Vinh NGUYEN and Quoc Chien NGO ‘The Challenge of Transposing Labour Rules of Free Trade Agreements into Vietnamese Law’
  • Thi Kim Xuyen TRUONG, Hoàng Thái Hy NGUYEN and Phuong An NGUYEN ‘Ensuring fair and equitable Treatment in Investment in Vietnam by implementing Due Process and avoiding a Denial of Justice’
  • Phuong Thao NGUYEN ‘Implementation of CPTPP Provisions related to Copyright Infringement and Civil Sanctions in Vietnam’
PART IV Strategy of the Main Partners, according to their Participation within each Cluster
  • Frédéric LASSERRE and Eric MOTTET ‘The New Silk Roads: A Major Innovative and Coordinated Project?’
  • Ploykaew PORANANONDU and Usanee AIMSIRANUN ‘The Different Trade Approaches between China and the EU in ASEAN’
  • Abdelkhaleq BERRAMDANE ‘Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Areas (DCFTAs) with Southern Mediterranean Countries’
  • Yumiko NAKANISHI ‘The importance of the EU–Japan Strategic Partnership Agreement in the International Order’
PART V Normative Convergence and Divergence between the different Partnerships: EU-Asia-Pacific, ASEAN, EUCM, KORUS, Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP)
  • Su-Ju KANG ‘Convergence and Divergence in Intellectual property-related Provisions in EU– Asia-Pacific Trade Partnership Agreements’
  • Abdelkhaleq BERRAMDANE ‘The implications of Opinion 1/17 of the ECJ on Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) Mechanisms in EU Trade and Investment Agreements’
  • Sébastien MANCIAUX ‘Arbitration Rules for Investment Disputes: A look at Practices in Thailand and Vietnam’
  • Joel LEBULLENGER ‘Specific Procedures for settling Labour Disputes in Asia-Pacific Trade Partnership Agreements’
  • Ngoc Ha NGUYEN and Thi Mo NGUYEN ‘Self-certification of Origin according to New Generation Free Trade Agreements: Myth or Reality in ASEAN Countries?’


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