United States-China Trade Litigation in the WTO

Virgiina Lawyer, Vol. 28, 2007

GMU School of Public Policy Research Paper

7 Pages Posted: 22 Jul 2008

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Stuart Malawer

George Mason University (Schar School of Policy & Government)

Date Written: December 22, 2007

Abstract

The two most intriguing aspects of today's global trading system are the convergence of the role of the World Trade Organization (WTO) litigation and United States-China bilateral trade relations. The U.S. has made WTO litigation a major component of its trade policy of active engagement to meet the new challenges of East Asia. A response to the historic change of control within the Congress at the 2006 mid-term elections, the policy has become a central aspect of U.S.-China trade policy.

Keywords: WTO, China, Trade Litigation, Trade Relations, U.S. Trade Policy

Suggested Citation

Malawer, Stuart, United States-China Trade Litigation in the WTO (December 22, 2007). Virgiina Lawyer, Vol. 28, 2007; GMU School of Public Policy Research Paper. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1169450

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