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China and the World Trading System

China and the World Trading System
Entering the New Millennium

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Ichiro Araki, Christopher Arup, George Barker, Raj Bhala, Deborah Z. Cass, Ian Dickson, Jeffrey L.Gertler, Angela Gregory, Elena Ianchovichina, John H. Jackson, Ravi P. Kewalram, Qingjian Kong, Michael Lennard, Ian Macintosh, Will Martin, Sylvia Ostry, Ligang Song, Daniel Stewart, Antony Taubman, Alice Tay, Graeme Thomson, Brett Gerard Williams, Mark Williams, Richard Wu, Dene Yeaman
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  • Date Published: April 2003
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521818216

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  • The key issues relating to China's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) are analyzed by leading scholars in this volume. Will China's membership burden the WTO's dispute settlement system? What effects will it have upon liberalization of telecommunications, textiles, banking, insurance, copyright and patent protection within China and the rest of the world? This book considers whether the inclusion of a major non-Western power, and the tenth largest trading nation in the world, will alter the international trading system, as well as encourage domestic legal and economic reform in China.

    • First, comprehensive, up-to-date analysis of the effects on China and the international trading system as a whole of China's recent entry to the WTO
    • Contributions by the leading scholars and practitioners in the field from Europe, China, US, UK, Australia and Japan
    • Extensive select reading list useful to students, practitioners and policy-makers alike
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    "Twenty-three knowledgeable essays...will appeal to readers who closely follow either China or the international trade system." Perspectives on Political Science

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    • Date Published: April 2003
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521818216
    • length: 468 pages
    • dimensions: 236 x 158 x 36 mm
    • weight: 0.855kg
    • contains: 20 tables
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction: entering the new millennium Deborah Z. Cass, Brett Gerard Williams and George Barker
    Part I. The World Trading System:
    1. The impact of China's accession on the WTO John H. Jackson
    2. WTO membership for China: to be and not to be: is that the answer? Sylvia Ostry
    3. China and the constitutionalization of international trade law Deborah Z. Cass
    Part II. The Accession:
    4. China's WTO accession: the final countdown Jeffrey L. Gertler
    5. China's accession: improving market access and Australia's role and interests Graeme Thomson
    Part III. China: The Domestic Sphere:
    6. The state of the Chinese economy: structural changes, impacts and implications Ligang Song
    7. Trade policy reform and China's WTO accession Elena Ianchovichina and Will Martin
    8. China's WTO entry in labor surplus and Marxist terms Raj Bhala
    9. Enforcement of WTO agreements: illusion or reality? Qingjian Kong
    10. China: trade, law and human rights Alice Tay
    Part IV. Trade in Goods:
    11. China's interest in the WTO's deregulation of international textiles trade Ian Dickson
    12. China and the agreement on technical barriers to trade Ichiro Araki
    Part V. Trade in Services and Competition Policy:
    13. WTO membership and professional services regulation in China Christopher Arup
    14. The impact of accession on regulation of distribution and logistics industries in China Dene Yeaman
    15. Regulating the new economy: implications for telecommunications and e-commerce in China Ian Macintosh
    16. Segregation and convergence: the Chinese dilemma for financial services Richard Wu
    17. Adopting a competition law in China Mark Williams
    Part VI. Intellectual Property:
    18. Chinese trademark law and the TRIPs agreement Angela Gregory
    19. TRIPs goes East: China's interests and international trade in intellectual property Antony Taubman
    20. The impact of WTO membership on review of the TRIPS agreement Daniel Stewart and Brett Gerard Williams
    Part VII. Dispute Settlement:
    21. Interpreting China's accession protocol: a case study in anti-dumping Michael Lennard
    22. Dispute settlement and sub-national entities Ravi P. Kewalram.

  • Editors

    Deborah Z. Cass, London School of Economics and Political Science

    Brett G. Williams, University of Sydney

    George Barker, Australian National University, Canberra

    Contributors

    Ichiro Araki, Christopher Arup, George Barker, Raj Bhala, Deborah Z. Cass, Ian Dickson, Jeffrey L.Gertler, Angela Gregory, Elena Ianchovichina, John H. Jackson, Ravi P. Kewalram, Qingjian Kong, Michael Lennard, Ian Macintosh, Will Martin, Sylvia Ostry, Ligang Song, Daniel Stewart, Antony Taubman, Alice Tay, Graeme Thomson, Brett Gerard Williams, Mark Williams, Richard Wu, Dene Yeaman

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