Trade disputes

Page 1 of 50 - About 500 essays
  • Essay On Trade Dispute

    1553 Words  | 7 Pages

    History This section includes a brief history of the trade dispute. It is very important to mention that exchange rate played a crucial role in these disagreements, but they will be explained in details later in the paper. It all started in the year 1982, when the US lumber lobbyists submitted a petition to the US Department of Commerce regarding the unfair practices in Canada; especially to investigate the stumpage systems in British Colombia, Alberta, Ontario and Quebec. Hence, they claimed their

  • Trade Disputes Between Countries

    887 Words  | 4 Pages

    Trade disputes have been an issue in Economics and Foreign Policy since their inceptions. Since the beginning of time, some country has aggravated another, and this will never change. Trade disputes happen over a variety of products, such as lumber, renewable energy, gold, silver, and steel., Much of Russian trade disputes are over oil and steel. Currently, the Russian Federation and the European Union are in consultation, or deliberation, over certain cold-rolled flat steel products from the Russian

  • The EU Banana Trade Dispute

    539 Words  | 2 Pages

    The EU Banana Dispute Until the implementation of "an EU-wide banana trade regime" that went into effect in the summer of 1993, each of the then-twelve member countries of the European Union had their own system of tariffs (or lack of tariffs) for incoming agricultural products, including bananas (Patterson, 2001). After the relevant legislation was enacted, however, bananas from certain countries known as "ACP" countries developing countries in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Pacific that were

  • The Trade Dispute And The European Union Industry

    2310 Words  | 10 Pages

    This trade dispute initially began on July 25th, 2012 when EU Pro Sun, a joint initiative of members of the EU solar industry, filled a complaint to the European Commission that solar panels and various components where being sold in the European marketplace at a value lower than market value. It was the biggest anti-dumping complaint to the European Union in history with the total value of currently imported solar panels was around 2 billion euros. The European Commission is mandated to investigate

  • Dumping Subsidy and Trade Disputes Essay

    2821 Words  | 12 Pages

    Subsidy and Trade Disputes Too many questions have been asked if dumping implies unfair trade practices. Recently, disputes over dumping make it difficult to decide whether or not we should allow this activity to enter our country. Many of us are equally familiar that more foreign imports mean more jobs are being destroyed in American industries. Because of this particular reason, WTO and GATT members have worked together to see if there is a relationship between dumping and unjust trades. In their

  • The Trade Organization And International Dispute Settlement

    3215 Words  | 13 Pages

    I. INTRODUCTION The World Trade Organization (“WTO”) Dispute Settlement System and the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (“ICSID”) are two of the most widely used methods of international dispute settlement. An important reason for this popularity is that States have consented in advance to compulsory dispute settlement by the WTO and also, but to a lesser extent, by ICSID arbitration. In the case of the WTO it is the WTO Dispute Settlement Understanding that confers

  • How Does The Wto Resolve Trade Disputes?

    1198 Words  | 5 Pages

    1. How does the WTO resolve trade disputes? How is the WTO’s dispute settlement mechanism different from the GATT’s dispute settlement process? “Any member can file a complaint with the World Trade Organization against another member they believe is dumping, unfairly subsidizing or violating any other trade agreement. If the WTO decides the case is valid, it has the authority to levy sanctions on the offending country. The staff will then investigate to see if a violation of any multilateral agreements

  • The Kenyan Legal Regime relating to trade dispute resolution and agenda for reform

    2753 Words  | 12 Pages

    to trade dispute resolution and agenda for reform. A trade dispute is under section 2 of the Labour relations Act is defined as: a dispute or difference or an apprehended dispute or difference between employers and employees, between employers and trade unions or between an employer organization and employees or trade unions, concerning any employment matter and includes disputes regarding the dismissal, suspension or redundancy of employees, allocation of work or the recognition of a trade union

  • The Dispute Over Agricultural Trade Liberalization Between The United States And Brazil

    945 Words  | 4 Pages

    In 2002, a dispute over agricultural trade liberalization between the United States and Brazil arose. Brazil filed a lawsuit against the United Stated in the World Trade Organization Dispute (WTO) Settlement System arguing that the subsidies the United States provided to US farmers violated WTO trade agreements and gave US farmers unfair advantages (Unit 7, lesson 5). Fortunately for Brazil, the World Trade Organization agreed with their claim and authorized them to take “punitive measures against

  • Boeing Versus Airbus: Trade Disputes

    4776 Words  | 20 Pages

    strengthened when Boeing announced a decision to acquire Mc-Donnell Douglas for $13.3 billion, creating an aerospace behemoth nearly twice the size of its nearest competitor. The industry is routinely the largest net contributor to the U.S. balance of trade, and Boeing is the largest U.S. exporter. In