Cambridge international trade and economic law.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 614-633) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Rationales for offering subsidies Historical overview The scope of the SCM agreement Disciplines on subsidies Remedies Differential treatment Export credit support Rationale for disciplining export credit support : historical context Main elements of the OECD arrangement Disciplines on export credit support for non-agricultural products Disciplines on export credit support for agricultural products Export credit support in the light of the GATS Negotiations on export credit support disciplines in the Doha Round Conclusion: Normative analysis of disciplines on export credit support The scope of the SCM agreement : specific subsidies Disciplines on subsidization by developed countries Disciplines on subsidization by developing countries Disciplines on countervailing measures Disciplines on subsidies in the light of policy responses to the economic crisis.
K3825 .C67 2014
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2014.