China and the Long March to Global Trade: The Accession of China to the World Trade Organization

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1
See generally, T. McGee, “Editor's Introduction, ” Pacific Affairs, 1997, vol. 70, p. 1; L. W. Pauly, “Capital Mobility, State Autonomy and Political Legitimacy, ” Journal of International Affairs, 1995, vol. 48, p. 373.
2
“U.N. Doc. A/Conf.97/18, Annex I, ” 11 April 1980, International Legal Material, 1980, vol. 19 (entered into force 1 January 1988). For discussion of the CCISG's role in unifying international private law, see J. Spanogle, “The Arrival of Private International Law, ” George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics, 1991, vol. 25, p. 477.
3
See e.g. J. Thomas, “A First Look at the Multilateral Agreement on Investment, ” presented to the 27th Annual Workshop on Commercial and Consumer Law, UBC Faculty of Law, 17-18 October 1997. Also see T. Clarke, “The Corporate Rule Treaty, ” manuscript, 1997.
4
See generally, J. H. Bello and M. E. Footer, “Preface to Symposium: Uruguay Round GATT/WTO, ” The International Lawyer, 1995, vol. 29, p. 335.
5
U.N. Doc. A/Conf.97/18, Annex I, 11 April 1980 (entered into force 1 January 1988). For discussion of the CCISG's role in unifying international private law, see J. Spanogle, op. cit.
6
See collected articles on the CISG convention in Cornell International Law Journal, 1988, vol. 21 and Journal of Law and Commerce, 1988, vol. 8.
7
See e.g. J. Thomas, op. cit. Also see T. Clarke, op. cit.
8
For discussion on long-standing US policy, see Bilateral Investment Treaties: Hearings Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 9 August 1988, 100th Congress, Second Session; “United States Government Policy on International Investment, ” Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, 9 September 1983, vol. 19, p. 1214.
9
See “Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes Between States and Nationals of Other States, ” UNTS, 1966, vol. 575, p. 160; I. F. I. Shihata, Towards a Greater Depoliticization of Investment Disputes: The Roles of ICSID and MIGA, Washington, DC, ICSID, 1993. Also see T. L. Brewer, “International Investment Dispute Settlement Procedures: The Evolving Regime for Foreign Direct Investment, ” Law and Politics in International Business, 1995, vol. 26, p. 633.
10
See text of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, in Basic Instruments and Selected Documents (BISD). Among the many useful treatises on the GATT are J. H. Jackson, World Trade and the Law of GATT, Indianapolis, IN, Bobbs-Merrill, 1969; F. Stone, Canada, the GATT and the International Trade System, 2nd edn, Montreal, Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1992.
11
For a skeptical review, see generally B. S. Brown, “Developing Countries in the International Trade Order, ” Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1994, vol. 14, p. 347. For discussion of the role of governments in directing foreign trade policy, see B. J. Cohen, Crossing Frontiers: Explorations in International Political Economy, Boulder, CO, Westview, 1991.
12
See E. M. Fox and J. A. Ordover, “Internationalizing Competition Law to Limit Parochial State and Private Action: Moving Towards a Vision of World Welfare, ” International Business Lawyer, 1996, vol. 24, p. 453.
13
For an excellent treatise on the World Trade Organization, see J. S. Thomas and M. A. Meyer, The New Rules of Global Trade: A Guide to the World Trade Organization, Scarborough, Ont., Carswell, 1998. For documentation and commentary, also see International Legal Material, 1994, vol. 33, p. 1125 et seq.
14
See e.g. P. T. B. Kohona, “The Implementation of International Economic Agreements Within Municipal Legal Systems and Its Implications, ” Washington University Law Quarterly, 1987, vol. 65, p. 842.

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