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rdy: Responding to High Food and Fuel Prices”, Working Paper N° 44951, 2008a
72. World Trade Organization (WTO), ‘Quantitative Economics in WTO Dispute Settlement’, in WTO, World Trade Report, 2005, Geneva
73. World Trade Organization, Negotiating Group on Dispute Settlement, ‘Non-Violation Complaints under GATT Article XXIII:2, Note by the Secretariat of the WTO’, MTN.GNG/NG13/W/31, 14 July 1989, at:www.worldtradelaw.net/history/urdsu/urdsu.
74. World Trade Report: “Trade in a Globalizing World”, Geneva: World Trade Organization, 2008
75. World Trade Report: Exploring the Links between Subsidies, Trade and the WTO, Geneva: World Trade Organization, 2006
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C) Document:
1. Agreement Establishing the World Trade Organization
2. Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the General Agreement On Tariffs and Trade 1994
3. Agreement on Safeguards
4. Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
5. Decision on Review of Article 17.6 of the Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the General Agreement on Tariffs and trade 1994
6. Decision on the Application and Review of the Understanding on Rules And Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes
7. Declaration on Dispute Settlement Pursuant to the Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 or Part V of the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
8. Draft Articles on Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts, with Commentaries, International Law Commission, 2001
9. Draft Articles on State Responsibility, Text of the Draft Articles Provisionally adopted by the International Law Commission on first reading, 2001
10. First Report on State Responsibility by James Crawford, UN Doc. A/4/490/Add.5 (22 July1998; Report of the International Law Commission on the Work of its Fiftieth Session (1998), UN Doc. A/53/10
11. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1947 (“GATT 1947”)
12. General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 (“GATT 1994”)
13. Understanding on the Interpretation of Article II:1(b) of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994

D) Case:
1- Argentina – Safeguard Measures on Imports of Footwear
Parties: Argentina, European Communities  
Third Participant: United States, Indonesia,  
WT/DS121/R, 25 June 1999
WT/DS121/AB/R, 14 December 1999

2- Australia – Measures Affecting Importation of Salmon
Parties: Australia, Canada
Third Participants: European Communities, India, Norway and the United States
WT/DS18/AB/R, 20 October 1998
3- Australia-Subsides Provided to Producers and Exporters of Automobile Leather
Parties: Australia, United States
WT/DS126/RW, 21 January 2000
4- Brazil – Export Financing Programme for Aircraft
Parties: Brazil, Canada,  
Third Participant: European Communities, United States
WT/DS46/AB/R, 2 August 1999

5- Brazil – Measures Affecting Desiccated Coconut
Parties: Philippines, Brazil
Third Participant: European Communities, United States,
WT/DS22/R, 17 October 1996, WT/DS22/AB/R, 21 February 1997

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6- Canada – Certain Measures Affecting the Automotive Industry
Parties: Canada, Japan  
European Communities
Third Participant: Korea, United States
WT/DS142/AB/R, 31 May 2000

7- Canada-Measures Affecting the Export of Civilian Aircraft
Parties: Canada, Brazil
Third Participant: European Communities, United States
WT/DS70/AB/R, adopted 20 August 1999

8- EC Measures Concerning Meat and Meat Products (Hormones)
Parties:United States, European Community
WT/DS26/R/USA, 18 August 1997

9- European Communities – Regime for the Importation, Sale and Distribution of Bananas
PARTIES:European Communities, Ecuador, United States
Third Participant: Belize, Cameroon, Colombia, Dominica, Dominican Republic,Ghana, Jamaica, Japan, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname,
WT/DS27/AB/RW2/ECU, WT/DS27/AB/RW/USA, 26 November 2008

10- European Communities – Countervailing Measures on Dynamic Random Access Memory Chips from Korea
Parties: Government of Korea, European Communities
Third Participant: China, Japan, Chinese Taipei and the United States
WT/DS299/R, 17 June 2005

11- European Communities – Anti-Dumping Duties on Imports of Cotton-Type Bed Linen from India
Parties: European Communities, India  
Third Participant Egypt,  Japan,  United States
WT/DS141/R, 30 October 2000, WT/DS141/AB/R, 1 March 2001

12- European Communities – Anti-Dumping Duties on Malleable Cast Iron Tube or Pipe Fittings from Brazil
Parties: Brazil, European Communities
Third Participant Chile,  Japan,  Mexico, United States
WT/DS219/R, 7 March 2003, WT/DS219/AB/R,22 July 2003

13- European Communities – Measures Affecting Asbestos and Asbestos-Containing Products
Parties: Canada, European Communities
Third Participant: Brazil, United States
WT/DS135/AB/R, 12 March 2001

14- Guatemala – Anti-Dumping Investigation Regarding Portland Cement from Mexico
Parties: Guatemala, Mexico  
Third Participant: United States
WT/DS60/R, 19 June 1998, WT/DS60/AB/R,2 November 1998

15- Guatemala – Anti-Dumping Investigation Regarding Portland Cement from Mexico
Parties: Guatemala, Mexico
Third Participant: United States
WT/DS60/AB/R, 2 November 1998

16- Japan – Restriction on Imports of Certain Agricultural Products
Parties:United States, Japan
L/6253 – 35S/163, 2 February 1988

17- Japan – Measures Affecting Consumer Photographic Film and Paper – Report of the Panel
Parties: United States, Japan
WT/DS44/R, 31 March 1998

18- Korea – Measures Affecting Imports of Fresh, Chilled and Frozen Beef
Parties: United States, Korea
WT/DS161/R, 31 July 2000

19- Korea – Definitive Safeguard Measure on Imports of Certain Dairy Products
Parties: Korea,
WT/DS98/AB/R, 12 January 2000,

20- Mexico – Anti-Dumping Investigation of High Fructose Corn Syrup
Parties: United States, Mexico
WT/DS132/R, 28 January 2000

21- Thailand – Anti-Dumping Duties on Angles, Shapes and Sections of Iron or Non-Alloy Steel and H-Beams from Poland
Parties: Thailand,  Poland,  
Third Participant European Communities, Japan, United States,
WT/DS122/R, 28 September 2000, WT/DS122/AB/R, 12 March 2001
22- Thailand – Restriction on Importation of and International Taxes on Cigarettes
Parties: United States, Thailand
WT/ DS10/R, 5 October 1990

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23- Treatment by Germany Imports of Sardines
Parties: German Federal Republic and Norway
G/26-1S/53, 31October 1952
24- United States – Final Countervailing Duty Determination with Respect to Certain Softwood Lumber from Canada
Parties: United States, Canada,  
 Third Participant: European Communities, India, Japan
WT/DS257/RW, 1 August 2005, WT/DS257/AB/R,19 January 2006

25- United States – Sunset Reviews of Anti-Dumping Measures on Oil Country Tubular Goods from Argentina
Parties: United States, Argentina
Third Participant: European Communities, Japan, Korea, Mexico,
WT/DS268/R, 16 July 2004, WT/DS268/AB/R,29November 2004

26- United States – Countervailing Duties on Certain Corrosion-Resistant Carbon Steel Flat Products from Germany
Parties: United States, European Communities
Third Participant: Japan, Norway
WT/DS213/R, 3 July 2002, WT/DS213/AB/R, 28 November 2002

27- United States – Countervailing Measures Conce
rning Certain Products from the European Communities
Parties: United States, European Communities
Third Participant: Brazil, India, Mexico
WT/DS212/R, 31 July 2002, WT/DS212/AB/R, 9 December 2002

28- United States – Standards for Reformulated and Conventional Gasoline
Parties: United States, Brazil, Venezuela,
Third Participants: Norway, European Communities
WT/DS2/R, 29 January 1996, WT/DS2/AB/R, 29 April 1996

29- United States – Imposition of Countervailing Duties on Certain Hot-Rolled Lead and Bismuth Carbon Steel Products Originating in the United Kingdom
Parties: United States, European Communities
Third Participant: Brazil, Mexico
WT/DS138/R, 23 December 1999, WT/DS138/AB/R,10 May 2000

30- United States-Definitive Safeguard Measures on Imports of Circular Welded Carbon Quality Line Pipe from Korea
Parties: United States, Korea
Third Participant: Australia, Canada, European Communities, Japan, Mexico,
WT/DS202/R, 29 October 2001, WT/DS202/AB/R,15 February 2002

31- United States – Definitive Safeguard Measures on Imports of Certain Steel Products
Parties: United States,  Brazil,  China,  European Communities,  Japan,  Korea,  New Zealand,  Norway, Switzerland,  
Third Participant: Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela, 
WT/DS248/R, WT/DS249/R, WT/DS251/R, WT/DS252/R, WT/DS253/R, WT/DS254/R, WT/DS258/R, WT/DS259/R, 11 July 2003
WT/DS248/AB/R,WT/DS249/AB/R, WT/DS251/AB/R, WT/DS252/AB/R, WT/DS253/AB/R, WT/DS254/AB/R, WT/DS258/AB/R, WT/DS259/AB/R, 10 November 2003

32- United States- Taxes on Petroleum and Certain Imported Substances
Parties: Canada, United States
Treatment by Germany Imports of Sardines
L/6175 – 34S/136, 5 June 1987, G/26 – 1S/53, 31 October 1952

33- United States – Import Prohibition of Certain Shrimp and Shrimp Products
Parties: United States, India, Malaysia, Pakistan
Third Participants: Australia, Ecuador, the European Communities, Hong Kong, China, Mexico and Nigeria
WT/DS58/AB/R, 12 October 1998

34- United States – Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000
Parties: United States and Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, European Communities, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Thailand
Third Participant: Argentina, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, China, Israel, Norway
WT/DS217/AB/R, WT/DS234/AB/R, 16 January 2003

35- United States – Measure Affecting Imports of Woven Wool Shirts and Blouses from India
Parties: India, United

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