9781107035836 (hardback) 110703583X (hardback) 9781107638938 (paperback) 1107638933 (paperback)
"The national treatment obligation prohibits discrimination between foreign goods, services and service suppliers and domestic goods, services and service suppliers. Begin Box Under the national treatment obligation, WTO Member Agricola may not treat chocolate from Industrial less favourably than it treats its domestic chocolate, once the chocolate from Industrial has entered the Agricolan market. Neither may Agricola treat Industrian coffeehouses established in Agricola less favourably than Agricolan coffeehouses. End Box"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1.International trade and the law of the WTO 2.Rules on non-discrimination 3.Rules on market access 4.Trade liberalization and other societal values and interests 5.Rules on unfair trade 6.Rules regarding harmonization of national regulation 7.The institutional aspects of the WTO 8.The WTO dispute settlement system.
K4610 .B675 2016
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016.