Thursday, January 12, 2017

New Issue: China and WTO Review

The latest issue of China and WTO Review (Vol. 2, no. 2, September 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Xiaoqing Feng & Zhixiao Wu, The Influence of TPP on China and the Corresponding Countermeasures to Intellectual Property
    • Hadas Peled, Rethinking the China-Israel BIT in Light of the Fragmented International Investment Legal Order: A Commentary
    • Zhongmei Wang & Thomas Hoffmann, Enforcing Chinese Antimonopoly Law in the Internet Industry: An Analysis with Special References to
    • Olivier Sempiga, China’s Investment Engagement in Africa: From the Washington Consensus to the Beijing Consensus
  • Current Developments
    • Ying Bi, Beat or Join? The Challenges of China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank to the US and Japan
    • Xin Chen, The Globalization of Chinese Yuan (CNY) and Its Rising Role in the International Currency System
    • Deepali Fernandes & Yongmin Bian, Sustainability Standards and Their Trade Implications
    • Yong-Shik Lee & Xiaojie Lu, China’s Trade and Development Policy under the WTO: An Evaluation of Law and Economics Aspect
  • Correspondence
    • Stuart S. Malawer, Obama, WTO Trade Enforcement, and China
    • Adriana G. Quintero R., Transcontinental Railway: Peru-Brazil (FETAB)