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Trade & Forfaiting Review
In this article, Claire Palmer discusses the questions about trade and protectionism that have been raised by the World Trade Organization's (WTO) rulings on U.S. trade disputes with India and China. Palmer explores the changes that may impact U.S. law and practice within the U.S. Countervailing Duty (CVD) area as a result of two recent international trade disputes. She also evaluates how the disputes could affect the overall balance of trade versus protection in the U.S. "While the resulting decisions may ultimately change U.S. government rules, they are unlikely to affect this law's implementation rules and methodologies - and its protectionist slant," she said.