Wednesday, April 27, 2016

New Issue: Global Trade and Customs Journal

The latest issue of Global Trade and Customs Journal (Vol. 11, no. 4, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Gary N. Horlick, Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Corey L. Norton, A U.S. Perspective on TPP: Prosperity through Market Access, Plus Many New Areas to Debate
  • Mariana Pendás & Eduardo Mathison, TPP and Investor-State Dispute Settlement: An Intertwined Spectrum of Options for Investors?
  • Robert Ireland, The Trans-Pacific Partnership Tobacco Carve-Out Precedent
  • Andrew Hudson, The Australian TPP Experience – The Same but Different
  • Ian Gault & Andy Glenie, New Zealand and the TPP
  • Stefano Pellegrino & Mark Fraser, Impact of the TPP on Trade and Investment in Vietnam
  • Kala Anandarajah. Trans-Pacific Partnership and Singapore – Not Just Another Free Trade Agreement
  • Kuok Yew Chen & Tracy Wong, The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Malaysia
  • Rafael Vergara, Matías Vergara, & Patricio Laporta, Possible Trans-Pacific Partnership Implications for Chilean International Trade
  • Miguel Adolfo Rodriguez Cuadros, TPP Opportunities for Peruvian Exporters and Importers: Some Ideas to Optimize the Supply Chain of Products and Some Thoughts about the Agreement
  • Turenna Ramirez Ortiz, The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Mexico’s Perspective and Expectations
  • Clifford Sosnow & Leslie Milton, Trans-Pacific Partnership: Key Takeaways on Canada