Wednesday, December 9, 2015

New Issue: Global Trade and Customs Journal

The latest issue of Global Trade and Customs Journal (Vol. 10, nos. 11-12, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Pablo Muñiz, Preferential Origin Disputes: Is the Good Faith Defence under EU Law Being Eroded?
  • M.R. Rajmohan, Bounty Hunter Reward System: A Necessary Management Evil? – A Case Study of Sri Lanka Customs
  • Yannis Xenakis, Strengthening the Fight against Customs Fraud in the EU: New European Parliament and Council Regulation Amending Regulation 515/1997
  • James J. Nedumpara, Causation in Trade Remedy Actions: Problems with the ‘But for’ Test
  • Pablo González Bianchi & Juan David Barbosa Mariño, The Customs Valuation Treatment of Advertisement with regard to Imported Goods
  • Lotfi Ayadi, Gaël Raballand, & Golvine de Rochambeau, Fraud Risks in Customs Bonded Warehouses in Tunisia
  • Mehnaz Bhaur, Pakistan’s Trade Performance in Two Decades of the WTO Regime: Implications for the Future