Tuesday, May 20, 2014

New Issue: Global Trade and Customs Journal

The latest issue of Global Trade and Customs Journal (Vol. 9, no. 6, 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Duane W. Layton & Jeffery C. Lowe, The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and the World Trade Organization: A Conflict Analysis under International Law
  • Clifford Sosnow, Peter Kirby, & Sean Stephenson, The Canada-European Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement and the Mining Sector: Key Issues and Opportunities
  • Patricio Díaz Gavier & Julio Guadalupe Báscones, On Article 8.1(b)(iv) of the Customs Valuation Agreement: When Is the Value of Certain Services Supplied by the Buyer Relevant for Customs Value (i.e., Engineering, Development, Artwork, Design Work, and Plans and Sketches)?
  • Corey L. Norton, Five Ways to Get in Trouble Buying from the United States
  • Terence P. Stewart, William A. Fennell, Stephanie M. Bell, & Nicholas J. Birch, The Special Case of China: Why the Use of a Special Methodology Remains Applicable to China after 2016
  • Leon Kanters, Friday the 13th or, How to Classify ‘Parts and Accessories’ in the European Union