Journal of World Trade
J World Trade
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Against the backdrop of a new challenging global multilateral trading structure the international trading system is becoming regionalized. The creation of the North American Free Trade Agreement the expansion of the European integration process and especially the establishment of the World Trade Organization have each raised complex questions that cut across many disciplines: economic political social and legal. The Journal of World Trade now published by Kluwer Law International examines the relationship between these separate and interconnected regional and global integration processes. The constant evolution of the international trading system changes in production and distribution technologies and demands by individuals for progress in the sphere of social welfare all heighten the need for this platform for the creative consideration of the various trends in world trade. The Journal of World Trade fills this need focusing on multilateral regional and bilateral trade negotiations and on various anti-dumping and unfair trade practices issues. The Journal of World Trade is the only journal which deals authoritatively with the most crucial issues affecting world trade today. Scholars government officials and negotiators turn to the Journal of World Trade when they seek to expose ground-breaking theses to make important policy statements to or offer in-depth analysis and discussion of delicate trade issues.
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