Law and Policy in International Business

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 4, Summer

Andean Trade Preference Act: A Step in the Right Direction?
I. INTRODUCTION The international community faces a drug problem of epidemic proportions.(2) The United States, in particular, consumes more illegal drugs than any other country in the world.(3) From 1982 to 1985, America's drug problem worsened....
A Wasted Opportunity: Shortcomings of the Caribbean Basin Initiative Approach to Development in the West Indies and Central America
Since it was proposed by President Ronald Reagan in 1982,(1) the Caribbean Basin Initiative(2) (CBI) has been a highly visible component of the United States' Western Hemisphere policy which, despite promises to the contrary, has yielded neither sustained...
Mexican and U.S. Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Policies: Issues in the Free Trade Negotiations
I. INTRODUCTION Relations between the United States and Mexico have not always been warm and cordial. For decades, there have been many disputes and frictions between the two countries over trade and investment issues.(1) From the U.S. perspective,...
Mexico's Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Laws: Amenable to a Free Trade Agreement?
I. INTRODUCTION On June 11, 1990, President George Bush and Mexican President Carlos Salinas de Gortari issued a joint communique indicating that they had directed their respective trade negotiators to enter into exploratory discussions to lay...
Toward the Termination of Licensed U.S. Foreign Subsidiary Trade with Cuba: The Legal and Political Obstacles
The legislative proposal advanced in this Note to eliminate licensed U.S. foreign subsidiary trading with Cuba was enacted October 23, 1992. With the passage of the legislation, the legal and diplomatic questions raised in this Note move from theoretical...