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Trebilcock presents students, academics, researchers, andprofessionals working in a wide variety of contexts with an accessible introduction to the principles and basic structure ofinternational trade law. The author has organized the main body of his text in seventeen chapters devoted to dispute settlement underthe WTO, tariffs and the most favored nation principle, preferential trade agreements, the national treatment principle, and a widevariety of other related subjects. Michael J. Trebilcock is a faculty member of the University of Toronto, Canada.Annotation ©2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)
A second and fully updated edition of the book previously entitled Understanding Trade Law, this book presents an accessible yet nuanced introduction to the basic structure and principles of international trade law. It explores the development of the international trade law regime, principally GATT and WTO law, and through clear and concise discussion of the many developments that have arisen, gives a streamlined overview of this notoriously complex area of legal study.