Seeking Common Ground: Canada-U.S. Trade Dispute Settlement Policies in the Nineties

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Contents
Acknowledgementsviii
Tables, Diagrams and Figuresix
1 Corporations and the Capture of Trade Policy1
Canada-U.S. Trade Policy in the Late 1980s , 1
Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Trade Laws , 7
The Protectionist Nature of the Use of AD and CVD Trade Laws, 9
The Theory of Strategic Trade Policy , 10
Overview of the Book , 26
Conclusions , 28
2 Domesticating the GATT: The Design and Use of the U.S. and Canadian Trade Law Systems32
Domesticating the GATT AD and CVD Codes , 32
U.S. Trade Law Procedures , 35
U.S. CVD and AD Actions Against Canada , 42
U.S. "Unfair" Trade Law Actions Against Canada Prior to 1980, 51
Canadian Trade Law Procedures , 51
Canadian Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duty Cases , 52
Summary and Conclusions , 62
3 Discriminatory Practices in the U.S. and Canadian "Unfair" Trade Law Systems75
GATT Rules on "Unfair" Trade Practices , 75
Increases in the Use of Non-GATT Sanctioned Procedures , 77
Differences Between U.S. and Canadian Administrative Practices, 81
Economic and Legal Costs of U.S. "Unfair" Trade Laws , 90
Implementation Structure for Government Trade Policy , 96
Summary and Conclusions , 99

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