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Philippe De Baere authors WTO chapter for The International Trade Law Review, 4th Edition

  • 02/10/2018
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Philippe De Baere authors WTO chapter for The International Trade Law Review, 4th Edition

Van Bael & Bellis co-managing partner Philippe De Baere authored the WTO chapter in the fourth edition of The International Trade Law Review, recently published by Law Business Research. The chapter examines key developments in WTO case law regarding trade remedies over the last year and discusses the debates surrounding the appointment of new Appellate Body members and China’s challenge to the EU’s previous non-market economy methodology. Van Bael & Bellis associates Victor Crochet, Sidonie Descheemaeker and Joanna Redelbach contributed to the drafting of the chapter.

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