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In-text: (GATT 1994:General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade)
Your Bibliography: GATT 1994:General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
In-text: (J. Davey and Pauwelyn, 2000)
Your Bibliography: J. Davey, W. and Pauwelyn, J. (2000). ‘‘MFN Unconditionality: A Legal Analysis of the Concept in View of its Evolution in the GATT/WTO Jurisprudence with Particular Reference to the Issue of ‘Like Product’“. Regulatory Barriers and the Principle of Non- discrimination in World Trade Law, p.13.
In-text: (Japan — Taxes on Alcoholic Beverages II, )
Your Bibliography: Japan — Taxes on Alcoholic Beverages II Panel Report WT/DS8/R, WT/DS10/R, WT/DS11/R.
In-text: (Neven, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Neven, D. (2001). How should “protection” be evaluated in Article III GATT disputes?. European Journal of Political Economy, 17(2), pp.421-444.
In-text: (Robert E, 1998)
Your Bibliography: Robert E, H. (1998). Gatt/WTO constraints on national regulation: requiem for an 'aim and effects' test.(Symposium on the First Three Years of the WTO Dispute Settlement System). International Lawyer, 32(3).
In-text: (United States – Measures Affecting Alcoholic and Malt Beverages, )
Your Bibliography: United States – Measures Affecting Alcoholic and Malt Beverages GATT Panel Report DS23/R.
In-text: (United States — Standards for Reformulated and Conventional Gasoline, )
Your Bibliography: United States — Standards for Reformulated and Conventional Gasoline Appellate Body Report WT/DS2/AB/R.
In-text: (United States – Taxes on Automobiles, )
Your Bibliography: United States – Taxes on Automobiles GATT Panel Report DS31/R.
In-text: (Van den and Zdouc, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Van den, P. and Zdouc, W. (2017). The law and policy of the World Trade Organization : text, cases and materials.. 4th ed. Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press.
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