China’s Participation in the World Trade Organization: Trade in Goods, Services, Intellectual Property Rights and Transparency Issues
Paolo Davide Farah
University of Turin - Department of Law, Italy; University Institute of European Studies (IUSE); gLAWcal - Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development
University of Milan - Department of Public, Civil Procedure, International and European Law
EL COMERCIO CON CHINA: OPORTUNIDADES EMPRESARIALES, INCERTIDUMBRES JURIDICAS, pp. 83-121, Aurelio Lopez-Tarruella Martinez, ed., Editorial Tirant le Blanch, Valencia (Spain), 2010
During the negotiations and after the accession China has started a massive process of amendment of its domestic laws and regulations regarding all the sectors covered by WTO rules. As any new member of the WTO, China needed to reform the main sectors of its legislation on: trade in goods, trade in services, trade-related intellectual property rights and to start to deeply apply the more general WTO transparency principle. The paper analyses in particular the TRIPs implementation in China.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 23
Keywords: China, WTO, GATS, GATT, intellectual property rights, market access, agriculture, services, subsidies, technical barriers to trade, financial services, banking services, insurance services, TRIPs, transparency, uniform administration rule, USAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: December 25, 2009 ; Last revised: August 12, 2013
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