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Mexico in the WTO and NAFTA: Litigating International Trade Disputes by Jorge Alberto Huerta Goldman

Mexico in the WTO and NAFTA: Litigating International Trade Disputes

By Jorge A. Huerta-Goldman
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This timely and thought-provoking work analyses Mexico's conduct of its international trade dispute litigation from 1986 to 2007 in both multilateral and bilateral fora (i.e., GATT/WTO) as well as preferential trade agreements such as NAFTA.

It exhaustively examines all cases and provides a well-reasoned explanation of Mexico’s conduct, looking at factors such as bargaining power and political economy-type considerations. It also touches upon the strengths and weaknesses of the various dispute settlement systems that Mexico has used, analyzing their procedural aspects and their more important substantive elements.

In addition,

  • It suggests a methodology for assessing the results of litigation, based on inputs and outputs. This methodology may be used for assessing the cases of other WTO Members.
  • It compares the dispute settlement system of the WTO and NAFTA, including other preferential trade agreements. This is useful in the context of any WTO Member with ― potential or existing ― regional dispute settlement systems.
  • Based on Mexico’s data, it evidences the limitations of country v. country legal remedies by highlighting the issues left unresolved.
  • It analyzes the conflicts of law between NAFTA and the WTO dispute settlement systems.

Last Updated 11/24/2009
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789041131690
SKU 10059361-0001
Table of Contents
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About the Author Preface Acknowledgements Introduction Summary of Findings List of Acronyms and Definitions List of Cases List of Tables Chapter 1 Mexico’s Options for Settlement of International Trade Disputes Chapter 2 Mexico’s GATT and WTO Cases Chapter 3 Mexico’s Cases under Preferential Trade Agreements Chapter 4 Mexico’s Conduct of Its Cases: An Explanation of the WTO Experience Chapter 5 Interpretations of the Data Appendix Bibliography Index

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