Using dispute settlement partnerships for capacity building. Bangladesh’s triumphant experience at WTO DSU

Author:Amrita Bahri, Toufiq Ali
Position:ITAM University, Mexico City, Mexico and WTO Chair Program
Pages:19-38
SUMMARY

Purpose World Trade Organisation grants rights to its members, and WTO Dispute Settlement Understanding (DSU) provides a rule-oriented consultative and judicial mechanism to protect these rights in cases of WTO-incompatible trade infringements. However, the DSU participation benefits come at a cost. These costs are acutely formidable for least developing countries (LDCs) which have small... (see full summary)


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