Industrial Subsidies and Friction in World Trade: Trade Policy or Trade Politics?

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INDEX

a
actionable (countervailable) subsidies 134 , 136 , 137 ;
dispute settlement on 144 ;
in framework of Uruguay Round 139 -40
Adams case (Switzerland) 69
adjudication:
in international trade 154 ;
in multilateral trade negotiations 79 - 80
Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures 5 , 6 , 133 -4, 136 -50
agriculture, state aid in EU 92
Airbus 152 ;
and Boeing, case study 30 -2;
derogations in EU 88 -9;
state aid by EU 93
aircraft production, subsidies in 30 -2, 152
Anderson, A. 105 , 108 , 125
Appellate Body, dispute settlements (Uruguay Round) 142 , 149
arbitration, in EEA 75
Austria 67
Automobile industry, state aid in EU 92
aviation industry in EU:
derogations in 88 -9;
as 'matter of interest' 91 ;
state aid for 92

b
Baldwin, R. 30 -2
Ballbearings from Thailand report 101
Barceló, J.J. III 18 , 27
Barnes, C. 32
benefits:
frustration of, EFTA 60 -1;
to industry, Uruguay Round of MTN 139
Bhagwati, J. 15
'Big Business':
and Canada-US free trade agreement 38
bilateralism in trade negotiations 78 - 80
Boeing see Airbus-Boeing war
Bourgeois, J.H.J. 102
Brazil 116 ;
IPI tax exemptions 102
British Aluminium Smelter case 64 , 65
Brittan, Sir Leon 93
Brown, C.M. 107

c
Cabot Corp. case 110 , 127
Canada:
communication to Uruguay Round of MTN 134 -5;
exporters, problems of 3 - 4 ;
on US use of CVDs 133 , 146
Canada-US Free Trade Agreement 7 , 38 , 48 , 105 -29;
chapter 18 procedures 121 -2;
chapter 19 procedures 118 -21;
CVD law, Canada 113 -18;
CVD law, USA 105 -13;
potential for harassment 125 -6;
potential for judicial abuse 126 -8;
potential for legislative abuse 128 -9
Canada-US Trade Commission 121
Canadian countervailing duty (CVD) law 113 -18;
analysis of law 116 -18;
case law in 116 ;
institutional aspects 113 -14;
legal differences with USA 116 ;

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