American Trade Laws after the Uruguay Round

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • List of Tables and Figures ix
  • Acknowledgment xi
  • Chapter One - A Pragmatic Approach to Free Trade 3
  • Notes 7
  • Part I - Section 301 Laws 9
  • Chapter Two - U.S. Section 301 Laws 11
  • Notes 14
  • Chapter Three - Legislative History 16
  • Notes 19
  • Chapter Four - The Record of Section 301 20
  • Notes 30
  • Chapter Five - The Record of Super 301 33
  • Notes 41
  • Chapter Six - The Record of Special 301 44
  • Notes 48
  • Chapter Seven - The Case for Extending Super 301 and Special 301 49
  • Notes 51
  • Chapter Eight - Refutation of Major Criticisms 52
  • Notes 56
  • Chapter Nine - Section 301 in the Wto Era 57
  • Notes 67
  • Part II - Antidumping Laws 69
  • Chapter Ten - U.S. Antidumping Laws 71
  • Notes 74
  • Chapter Eleven - Rationale for Antidumping Laws 76
  • Notes 89
  • Chapter Twelve - Conclusions 93
  • Notes 102
  • Chapter Thirteen - The Future of Antidumping Laws 103
  • Notes 105
  • Part III - Countervailing Duty Laws 107
  • Chapter Fourteen - U.S. Countervailing Duty Laws 109
  • Notes 111
  • Chapter Fifteen - Subsidies 113
  • Notes 117
  • Chapter Sixteen - Subsidies Around the World 118
  • Notes 120
  • Chapter Seventeen - Subsidies as Trade Barriers 121
  • Notes 125
  • Chapter Eighteen - Case Studies 127
  • Notes 138
  • Chapter Nineteen - Countering Subsidies Under U.S. Law 140
  • Notes 144
  • Chapter Twenty - Countering Subsidies Under International Law 145
  • Notes 149
  • Chapter Twenty-One - Conclusions 151
  • Notes 153
  • Appendix A - Section 301 Cases 155
  • Appendix B - Antidumping Laws Around the World 174
  • Appendix C - Overview of Legislative Issues 175
  • Appendix D - International Agreements on Dumping 180
  • Notes 184
  • Appendix E - Legislative History of Antidumping Laws 186
  • Bibliography 189
  • Index 195
  • About the Author 207
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