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Three papers presented at a meeting of African, Caribbean and Pacific Fisheries and Trade experts in April 2003. The meeting s primary concerns were the future of relations between the ACP and the EU, and preparing ACP countries for Economic Partnership Agreement negotiations. The first paper, The Future of European Union-ACP Fisheries Relations, looks at the increasingly complex ACP/EU relationship. The second, WTO Fisheries Subsidies Negotiations: Implications for Fisheries Access Arrangements and Sustainable Management, outlines a possible fisheries framework agreement. The third paper, Elements of an ACP-EU Framework Agreement on Fisheries Arrangements, looks at the WTO fisheries subsidies negotiations, considers the impact they will have on developing countries and suggests risk-mitigation strategies."
This collection of essays focuses on the anti-dumping agreement's effect on free-trade principles as defined in the guidelines established by the World Trade Organization. The five papers contained in this volume offer clarification and solutions for instituting changes that will benefit world trade.
The editors have succeeded in bringing together an excellent mix of leading scholars and practitioners. No book on the WTO has had this wide a scope before or covered the legal framework, economic and political issues, current and would-be countries and a outlook to the future like these three volumes do. 3000 pages, 80 chapters in 3 volumes cover a very interdiscplinary field that touches upon law, economics and politics.
If ever there existed a benign-sounding organisation, it is surely the World Trade Organisation. The WTO is the successor to GATT. According to the WTO itself, its mission is "dealing with the rules of trade between nations. At its heart are the WTO agreements, the legal ground-rules for international commerce and for trade policy. The agreements have three main objectives: to help trade flow as freely as possible; to achieve further liberalisation gradually through negotiation; and to set up an impartial means of settling disputes". This book seeks to illuminate some key issues related to the WTO as well as present a detailed bibliography for future reference.
Contributed articles on commercial policy and trade regulation in India in light of WTO policy.

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